about moment.ai

Bridging the gap between
humans and machines

Moment brings together curious and driven minds from across
automotive, AI, and many other cutting-edge industries. Check out
our Careers page to inquire about open positions with Moment.

In 2022, George Washington University and moment.ai formed the Health, Equity And
Transportation (HEAT) moment.ai center at GWU dedicated to continuing development of
autonomous and connected transportation systems. The research center consists of physicians,
engineers, scientists and the GWU School of Nursing and AI Transportation Lab.

Professor Samer H. Hamdar, Director

Ph.D., Northwestern University, 2009

Professor N. Maritza Dowling, Co-Director

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison, 2006

Professor Chung Hyuk Park

Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

Professor Zhengting Xu

Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2020

Marilyn Kraus, MD

MD, Tulane University School of Medicine, 1986

Vivek Jain, MD

MD, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1990

Professor Samer H. Hamdar, Director

Ph.D., Northwestern University, 2009

Professor N. Maritza Dowling, Co-Director

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison, 2006

Professor Chung Hyuk Park

Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

Professor Zhengting Xu

Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2020

Marilyn Kraus, MD

MD, Tulane University School of Medicine, 1986

Vivek Jain, MD

MD, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1990

Moment.ai is on a mission to reinvent the human and
vehicle connection. Founder Megan Gray, a former
Google employee, started moment.ai to integrate health
monitoring into the driving experience.

Moment.ai is venture-backed and has raised capital from leading
investors, including SoftBank, Overlooked Ventures, WOCstar Fund
and Virginia Venture Partners.

In 2022, moment.ai was named top Startups to Watch by the Washington Business
Journal. Gray has been recognized as a visionary leader for the work she and the
moment.ai team are doing to make the roads safer for everyone.

A former developer turned entrepreneur, Gray has
been named a Power Women in Tech for DC.

She is one of 10 women tech founders recognized by
Forbes
for her thoughts on entrepreneurship, and she
was featured by Amazon Developers. Gray has also
spoken at numerous thought leadership events, including
the NVIDIA 2019 AI conference and Startup Grind during
Women In Tech Month.

academic Partners

Advancing Technology
Through Leading
Academic Partnerships

Moment.ai has a partnership with George Washington University to train,
test and optimize our patented technology through the university’s
Transportation Lab. Dr. Samer Hamdar, an associate professor of civil
and environmental engineering at GWU, leads the research and testing
of our technology.

Using simulators to capture high-quality image and video datasets, Dr.
Hamdar and his team train and test advanced AI systems to predict and
detect health abnormalities and stress-induced medical events, such as
driver fatigue; driver seizure; driver stroke; and driver sudden cardiac
arrest, which all can contribute to or even cause traffic accidents.

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“As part of my work at Alexa Startups, I am constantly searching and selecting the most innovative and exciting women to partner with and build a future of ambient computing. Megan Gray is the CEO of Moment AI, an engineer specializing in machine learning and artificial intelligence.”

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Kristina Milyuchikhina

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“As part of my work at Alexa Startups, I am constantly searching and selecting the most innovative and exciting women to partner with and build a future of ambient computing. Megan Gray is the CEO of Moment AI, an engineer specializing in machine learning and artificial intelligence.”

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From the lab to simulated environments, clinical trials, close courses and public roads, we continuously test our
technology to perform safely and reliably across diverse conditions.