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However, her interest in AI was “a mistake,” says Ciesielski. During her undergraduate fellowship at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the principal investigator assigned her to work on neural networks, thinking it was close to her major of neural engineering. As she learned more about neural networks, she became fascinated with AI’s blend of mathematics, statistics, and psychology.
Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army National Guard Veteran John R. D’Araujo Jr. D’Araujo served during the Vietnam War and reached the rank of major general in the Army National Guard.
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Chew and her colleagues use a malnutrition screening tool (MST) for all patients admitted to the Phoenix VA hospital, three-quarters of whom are 65 and older, a demographic that is susceptible to malnutrition.
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Gabriela Mejia is an artist using her talents to decorate guitars for Veterans participating in Challenge America’s Music Therapy Program.
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As federal law enforcement officers, VA police serve and protect Veterans every day. Take a look at some of the specialty positions available.
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