Lucina Egg Bank, a company active in third-party reproduction, has unveiled a novel advancement known as Lucina ReflEggction. The new platform leverages state-of-the-art facial recognition technology to streamline the process of selecting egg donors. This technology aims to streamline and personalize the process of identifying suitable egg donors for prospective parents.
Recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that approximately 12% of all in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles in the United States involve the use of donor eggs. This highlights the crucial role that egg donors play in the realm of fertility treatment. The integration of facial recognition technology into the process of donor selection represents an evolution in third-party reproduction, providing a higher level of customization for intended parents.
“With Lucina ReflEggction, we’re revolutionizing the entire egg donor selection process. It’s an empowering, time-saving solution that we believe will redefine the future of third-party reproduction,” said Dr. David Harari, President and Chief Medical Officer of Lucina Egg Bank.
The core technology of Lucina ReflEggction employs an advanced algorithm to analyze and encode facial features from a provided photograph. This encoded information is then cross-referenced with Lucina Egg Bank’s extensive donor database. The system boasts an accuracy rate of over 99% and is capable of generating potential donor matches within seconds, thereby streamlining the historically protracted donor selection process.
“By being the first to introduce this sophisticated technology in egg donor matching, we are reimagining the entire journey towards parenthood. Lucina ReflEggction simplifies, accelerates, and personalizes the selection process, ensuring our patients find their perfect match quickly and securely,” added Dr. David Harari.