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We are building communities for AI professionals, scientists, clinicians, and others interested in AI to learn and share about artificial intelligence. For individuals just learning about AI all the way to AI experts, we encourage you to join us in building the future of AI at VA and beyond.
Everyone − inside or outside VA − can sign up for our email group. AI@VA is a community of dedicated, passionate, and curious minds focused on the most important AI challenges facing Veterans’ health and well-being. We explore artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other frontier technologies and the impacts they will have on Veterans and their families.
As a member of the AI at VA community, you will receive:
Benefits of joining the AI@VA Community hub include:
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Members of this federal interagency community discuss AI applications in health and medicine across the pipeline from R&D to implementation. The network encourages avid discussion. Members also receive a periodic newsletter of AI news highlights, upcoming challenges and opportunities, notifications of cutting-edge advancements in AI with high impact in health and medicine, as well as opportunities for symposia and collaboration.
To join, please email email@example.com with "Actionable AI in Health and Wellness Community" in the subject line. Of note, only .gov and .mil email addresses are currently accepted.
Topics addressed in this community include:
The NAII is building a network of AI researchers and practitioners across the country's VA medical centers (VAMCs) to help advance AI research and maximize the benefits of AI for Veterans. Experts in different areas of AI, medicine, and/or health care are encouraged to join the AI Network to help develop and launch AI solutions to improve VA operations and address Veterans' health concerns. The NAII shares AI strategies and lessons learned with the broader VA community. The NAII also highlights VA's innovative AI research and how AI technologies can be leveraged, and disseminates this information to partners across government, academia, and industry.
To increase AI R&D capacity, the NAII has established incentive strategies to recruit AI talent and expand opportunities for partnerships across VA. For more information, please contact NAII@VA.gov if you are at VA and interested in joining the AI Network.
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