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Palantir wins a multi-year $463mn contract with the US Special Operations Command.
“Palantir is driving rapid innovations across its Defense Portfolio. These include advancements in LLMs to reduce cognitive load on warfighters and commanders; as well as advancements in edge processing and edge AI to maximize the warfighter's ability to integrate and utilize real-time information.” - Palantir Press Release
Palantir and Panasonic Energy of North America sign a multi-year partnership to deliver operations AI and edge capabilities in manufacturing. With the partnership, PENA seeks to generate meaningful cost savings and increase return on investment.
“Driven by Foundry and informed by PENA's expertise, the "Smart Factory" will be utilized across the entirety of the information technology and operational organization within PENA. Using Foundry, the system will guide operational decision-making in their existing Nevada factory as well as the new facility in De Soto, Kansas starting in 2025.” - Palantir Press Release
Palantir launches Foudry for Manufacturing on AWS to the broader market.
“Foundry for Manufacturing on AWS addresses the challenges of fragmented data systems with high barriers to access data, responding to the frequent value chain disruption, and widespread talent and skills shortages. With this solution based on the AWS Industrial Data Fabric offering, customers can take immediate steps toward transforming manufacturing and industrial operations and embracing a data-driven approach.” - Palantir Press Release
Palantir CEO had an interview with BBC Today talking about AI:
“It's been reported in the British press that there's a 20-50x difference 20 to 50x in targeting. That’s the difference between winning and losing.” - Alex Karp, Palantir CEO
Shyam Sankar, Palantir CTO, shared a long tweet illustrating Palantir’s advantage in AI comes from having built operating systems that work backward from the decision maker, operator, and application layer to define requirements for what people actually need.
“This has led us to invest substantially in a vertically integrated stack. Critically it means we have a years-long headstart on the primitives required to use AI in decision making processes.” - Shyam Sankar, Palantir CTO
Palantir announced it will make the UK its new European HQ for AI development. Palantir employs more than 800 people in the UK.
“London is a magnet for the best software engineering talent in the world, and it is the natural choice as the hub for our European efforts to develop the most effective and ethical artificial intelligence software solutions available.” - Alex Karp, Palantir CEO
The Financial Times reports the US seeks to link up with Taiwan and Japan drone fleets to share real-time data. We don’t know the details, but there is a high chance that Palantir is involved.
“The sharing of data between Japan and Taiwan, between Taiwan and the Philippines, between the US and all three of them, is so crucial, but it’s also one of the big taboos because China will see it as escalatory.” - Senior US military official.
released a new investigation on how police departments use Palantir.
“The reseller is PVM IT, which stands for Palantir Services Provider IT, who have been helping federal, state, law enforcement and intelligence agencies, maximize their investments in Palantir systems for more than 12 years” - Either Square, Palantir’s Missing Link Author.
Palantir’s stock price is not scared by bear attacks.
Tom Brady, one of the greatest quarterbacks, published a picture on Instagram along with the Palantir logo.
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Palantir’s community is ahead.