Posts by Jesse

Using Palantir to Explore Prescription Drug Safety

Drug safety is a serious concern in the United States with adverse drug events contributing to over 770,000 injuries and deaths per year. Cost estimates range from $1.5 to $5.6 billion annually. The FDA closely monitors these adverse events and releases communications and advisories depending on the severity and frequency of the events. The FDA [...]

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Palantir as a Program Management Platform: Examining Hurricane Katrina Acquisition Spending Data

Hurricane Katrina caused 1,833 deaths and $108 billion in damage, making it the deadliest and costliest hurricane in American history. When a collection of federal, state, and local agencies converged to respond to the crisis, they found they lacked analytic tools capable of tracking and responding to the dramatic volume and scope of relief needs [...]

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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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GovCon 6 session videos are now online

Thanks to everyone who attended our 6th Government Conference. For those of you who weren’t able to join us, we’re happy to announce that videos of the day’s presentations are now available online: Our next Government Conference will be in the fall of 2011. We’ll share more details on that in the coming months.

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