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The Palantir Scholarship for Women in Engineering Finalists Are Here

Virtual labs where doctors and prosthetic designers can collaborate in the same “room.” Touch screen interfaces for cars. Robots that work with autistic children. Sequencing the genome of cancer cells. These are just some of the projects that the 2013 Palantir Scholarship for Women in Engineering finalists are working on. These nine women were invited [...]

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Going International with the Palantir Council of Advisors on Privacy and Civil Liberties

In 2012, our PCL team assembled the Palantir Council of Advisors on Privacy and Civil Liberties (PCAP), a body of experts in the privacy and civil liberties field who help us understand and address the complex privacy and civil liberties issues that arise in the course of building a sophisticated data analytics platform. The group continues [...]

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How Many Years a Slave?

Each year, human traffickers reap an estimated $32 billion in profits from the enslavement of 21 million people worldwide. And yet, for most of us, modern slavery remains invisible. Its victims, many of them living in the shadows of our own communities, pass by unnoticed. Polaris Project, which has been working to end modern slavery [...]

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Software That Augments Human Thinking
How chess and financial fraud led Palantir to human-machine symbiosis.

MIT Technology Review, January 30, 2014 View »

Who Will Tomorrow’s Historians Consider Today’s Greatest Inventors?
The Atlantic Magazine names Alex Karp as one of the World's top 50 Most Important Inventors

The Atlantic, October 23, 2013 View » names Shyam Sankar one of the world’s Top 10 Leading Thinkers
Buried inside vast amounts of computerized data are answers to big questions, both helpful and lucrative. Shyam Sankar is working to extract those answers to solve crimes, fight terrorism and save lives.

October 5, 2013 View »

Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action to Build Resilience in 100 Cities Announced Today
Palantir joins the Rockefeller Foundation, Swiss Re, World Bank, American Institute of Architects, and Architecture for Humanity to advance a new vision for urban resilience globally.

September 25, 2013 View »