AI-Focused Veterans Affairs Organization Shares Best Practices With Other Agencies

AI-Focused Veterans Affairs Organization Shares Best Practices With Other Agencies
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The Department of Veterans Affairs' National Artificial Intelligence Institute is sharing its expertise with other agencies to develop a catalog of AI use cases, FedScoop reported Monday.

The institute has shared input with the Veteran Engagement Board, the Data Governance Council and other federal agencies to create a reference for AI uses.

Gil Alterovitz, VA's director of AI, said at the SNG Live: Enhancing AI in Government event that the department plans to trial a set of modules that can support an AI-focused internal review board.

Agencies have engaged in AI data sharing as part of efforts to align with Former President Trump's executive order on trustworthy AI made in late 2020.

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