You've probably heard of wearable cameras from companies like Narrative, which clip onto your clothing and log images of your daily life. The upcoming MyMe from Orcam takes that idea to a whole new, and potentially even more useful, level. Instead of simply recording images, it uses artificial intelligence to respond to audio and visual information in real-time. MyMe consists of a camera that clips onto your clothes and a Bluetooth earpiece for relaying information. It could potentially do things like generate profiles of people you meet at a party and instantly send them to your phone, or chart what you've eaten throughout the day. Orcam calls this an "augmented attention" experience -- it'll deliver helpful information throughout the day, and hopefully make your interactions more meaningful.