CHANTILLY, Va., August 1, 2017 – On Tuesday, 22 CityLink unveiled Life.ai as the primary driver behind the technology that will power their smart city development, Gramercy District, located in the Greater Washington area in Loudoun County.
Life.ai is an artificial intelligence company focused on changing the way people interact with technology and each other to improve the efficiency and connectivity of each individual to their surroundings. The Life.ai Platform will contain several layers of functionality from basic infrastructure through individualized, adaptable artificial intelligence agents and predictive analytics to make each experience unrivaled. In short, Life.ai is providing the core technology to enable the average citizen to have a fully integrated living experience.
“The Life.ai team is leading the technology architecture of the 22 CityLink platform and their groundbreaking approach is more than exciting to watch come to fruition as we enter our pilot projects in the near future,” said Minh Le, Managing Director of 22 CityLink. “We will be able to deliver a seamless interaction for the citizen, startup, retailer or large enterprise in all aspects of life whether it be live, work, play or learning.”
Gramercy District, the international ‘Innovation Campus’, will be 22 CityLink’s first ground-up development. The focus for this smart city is to promote innovation, accelerate economic growth, and create a sustainable model for solving real-world problems through Concept Foundry and an on-site community of international partners and mid-market companies.
“We are honored to be selected as the technology partner that is responsible for creating ‘The Future of Living’,” said Dave Ladouceur, CEO of Life.ai. “Working with the world class team at 22 CityLink and having a blank canvas opportunity at Gramercy District gives us a perfect place to find, prove and deliver the best solutions to create simplicity and convenience using the latest artificial intelligence, big data and adaptive learning techniques.”
Life.ai joins Microsoft, Avaya, Center for Innovative Technology, George Washington University and others providing the United States’ first ground-up smart city with leading-edge innovation.
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