Community Outreach: In order to expand iDentifi’s impact among the visually impaired community, and to improve it through user feedback, iDentifi has been presented to local, national and international organizations, hospitals and non-profits serving the visually impaired. These organizations have shared iDentifi amongst their members through email, social media, meetings, and conference calls. Click here to learn more.
Global Impact: iDentifi has processed 320,000+ images for users in 105 nations. Click here to learn more.
*Please note that the following image was last updated in January 2017. It should say 105 countries (rather than 86) and does not contain the entire list of countries within in the map or the collection of flags.*
Awards and Honours: iDentifi has been named one of TechCrunch's Top Artificial Intelligence Stories of 2016, won the 2017 Ontario Science Centre Weston Youth Innovation Award, won $20,500 in scholarships, won silver at the Canada Wide Science Fair, been commended in the Ontario Provincial Legislature by the Minister of Research, Science and Innovation and was named as a Royal National Institute of Blind People (UK) App of the Month, amongst several other awards and honours. Click here to learn more and see full list of awards.
Press: iDentifi has been covered in TechCrunch (one of the world's most popular sources for tech news), the Toronto Star (Canada's highest circulation newspaper), CBC National News (one of Canada's most respected national daily news shows), CBC Metro Morning TV and Radio (Toronto's most popular morning news program), CBC TV Toronto News, Radio-Canada (CBC Radio's French counterpart), CBCNews.ca, Accessible Media Canada (multimedia organization serving more than five million Canadians who are visually impaired), and CTV News Toronto (popular news show for Torontonians). Click here to learn more, and for links to each news story