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Biometric Analysis in Palantir

Discover how analysts supporting the II Marine Expeditionary Force in Afghanistan’s Regional Command-Southwest are utilizing Palantir to analyze massive amounts of forensic and biometric data. Palantir’s dynamic ontology along with intuitive front-end import and search around features allow analysts to quickly find connections in massive amounts of data. NOTE: All data is notional, and for [...]

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Palantir Night Live: Craig Newmark

Craig Newmark has not let the success of his website, Craigslist, go to his head. Nor is he tempted by its rank as one of the most visited websites in the US to host commercial advertisements, or by its 100 Million users to start charging for most of its basic classified services.

Yet, he affirms, “None of this is altruistic or noble. I am just doing what feels right.”

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Human-Computer Symbiosis: 9/11 Memorial Name Layout

We talk a lot about Human-Computer Symbiosis on this blog – it’s a systems design approach that guides us in our construction of our technology stacks. Given that, we’re always on the lookout for example of HCS systems built by other people. Here’s an unlikely example: the layout of names in the memorial was made [...]

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GovCon Australia-New Zealand

GovCon Australia-New Zealand presentations now online! GovCon Australia-New Zealand, Palantir’s first GovCon in the Southern Hemisphere, was a tremendous success! Thank you to all who attended; we hope you enjoyed the day’s presentations and discussions. Videos Welcome And Introduction Dr. Alex Karp CEO and Co-founder, Palantir Sir David Veness Sir David Veness, CBE, QPM Fmr. [...]

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