News of Note—Apple partners with Veterans Affairs on health records; Trump plans to sign ‘American AI Initiative’

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Apple partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to make the health records feature on iPhones available to veterans. Release

> President Donald Trump is today expected to sign an executive order to launch the “American AI Initiative” that is aimed at boosting artificial intelligence research and making the United States more competitive. MIT Technology Review article

> Samsung released a new animated video that teases its plans to unveil a foldable smartphone next week at a press event in San Francisco. TechCrunch article

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