GW is Partnering with an Arlington AI Company to Prevent Health-Induced Car Accidents

A local AI company is partnering with a professor from George Washington University (GW) to help prevent health-induced traffic accidents.

When Megan Gray was diagnosed with epilepsy at age 23, doctors told her she would never be able to drive again. After temporarily relying on friends, peers and rideshare companies to travel, she decided it was time to come up with a more permanent solution. This is the inspiration behind Moment AI, the Arlington, Virginia-based tech company founded by Gray that developed an AI-powered system to detect, monitor and analyze health conditions in drivers.

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