The developers at Orbeus claim their free PhotoTime app will give you a photographic memory — sort of.
“The human brain is an amazing thing,” they say. “But computers have definitely got us beat in memory and indexing” Two crucial skills for managing your photos in the age of digital photography, in which an estimated 880 billion photos are taken every year. A few hundred (or thousand) of those will probably be yours. That’s a lot for one human brain to process.”
Orbeus says it detects race, emotion, age, and gender, and automatically groups the same faces to label friends and family. Its scene recognition determines the context and settings of images and , automatically generates and tags searchable keywords.
PhotoTime then automatically organizes, sorts and tags all your photos. It “integrates with your iPhone Camera Roll, social networks and cloud services to automatically organize, sort and tag your photos. Instead of struggling to remember (or guess-and-checking) where you’ve stored a specific photo, then scrolling through every image in that album until you find it… you can simply type the name of the person, place, location or concept you’re looking for, and voilà!”