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AI news from AI Week

Federal agencies are sharing more best practices around artificial intelligence thanks to an executive order on trustworthy artificial intelligence issued by President Trump in December. The trustworthy AI executive order set the process in motion by requiring the retirement of AI applications that didn't meet a set of minimum standards and setting deadlines for inventorying and sharing agency use cases. "It’s really enabled agencies to learn from each other," Gil Alterovitz, director of AI at the Department of Veterans Affairs, said during the SNG Live: Enhancing AI in Government event presented by FedScoop. "In interacting with other agencies through different councils we’ve been able to learn about and share different AI use cases." Dave Nyczepir has more.

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Space Force's vision to become digital

The Space Force fervently wants to become the first true "digital service" — so badly that it published a document recently setting its vision on how to do so. Chief of Space Operations Gen. John Raymond said it’s a necessity that the Space Force be digital, as conflicts in space will involve operating high-tech satellites, not the physical combat typical in other military services. Force leaders have expressed this notion often in the past, but this is the first time they’ve put it into doctrine. “Becoming a Digital Service is more than just a generational opportunity; it is a warfighting imperative,” Raymond wrote in the document’s introduction. Jackson Barnett has this.

DDS losing its leader

Brett Goldstein's time as head of the Defense Digital Service is coming to an end. He'll end his two-year tenure next month, putting Katie Olson, deputy director, in his place in an acting capacity. More from Jackson.

WATCH: HPE executive on digital transformation

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