Press Release | March 21, 2024

CES on the Hill to Showcase the Latest Innovations in Artificial Intelligence, Digital Health, Mobility and More

Laura Ambrosio

Bringing CES to Washington, D.C., the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® will convene lawmakers and tech companies for CES® on the Hill to showcase the latest innovations in consumer technology from artificial intelligence and digital health to mobility and more. This invitation-only event includes some of the tech industry’s leading companies and takes place at CTA’s Innovation House in Washington, D.C. on April 17 as part of CTA’s Tech Week.  

Participants include:    

  • Amazon will display a range of products that interact with each other, making for a fully connected smart home experience. 
  • Dexcom will showcase a suite of continuous glucose monitoring systems that help consumers manage their health and wellness. 
  • EssilorLuxottica will showcase first-of-its-kind glasses with an advanced hearing solution. 
  • EY & BioIntelliSense will feature metaverse technology to portray the future of in-home patient care as well as remote patient monitoring that enables real-time insights from patients to clinicians. 
  • Filecoin Foundation will showcase a blockchain-based camera application allowing photos to be cryptographically verified and stored securely. 
  • GM will bring one of their biggest, most powerful electric vehicles – the GMC Hummer EV pickup truck. 
  • Google will display a range of hardware components within their consumer-connected devices that run key AI demos and tools.
  • IBM will demonstrate AI capabilities and applications that transform raw data into meaningful insights to improve the digital experience. 
  • Intel will showcase technology that can detect deepfakes and protect content from being used in generative models. 
  • LG will exhibit electric vehicle chargers produced in the U.S. that can be used in various settings. 
  • Meta will showcase AI powered glasses that provide new ways to perceive, understand, and interact with the world. 
  • PhotonFi will highlight the first in Washington, D.C. deployment of its LiFi solution, the next generation of Wi-Fi. 
  • Qualcomm will feature technology that powers greater transparency and authenticity in digital content across smartphones worldwide, marking a new era of generative AI. 
  • Roybi will demonstrate its immersive and interactive learning platform utilizing robotics, AI and metaverse. 
  • Samsung will exhibit AI technology in smart phones, TVs and robots. 
  • Sony will showcase its PlayStation PS5 with Access Controller to make gaming more accessible to disabled gamers. 
  • Tesla will showcase its innovative Cybertruck with advanced driver capabilities and stainless-steel exterior. 
  • Vispero will feature assistive technology such as screen readers and video magnifiers that improve accessibility for all users. 

“We are excited for this year’s amazing line up of technology companies that will let attendees experience how innovations in mobility, health, artificial intelligence and more are solving problems and making our lives better,” said Gary Shapiro, CEO, CTA. “As CTA celebrates our 100th anniversary, it is important for lawmakers to see the technology firsthand and continue the conversations around the impacts of policy decisions on innovators and consumers.” 

CONTACT: Media interested in complimentary registration for CES on the Hill, should reach out to: Laura Ambrosio; For all other non-media questions, please contact: