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“Five years ago CIOs didn't buy our product now they do.” - Alex Karp, Palantir CEO
Palantir announced a series of six AIPDemos. The next session will be on July 27th. You could register here.
“Every Thurdays for six weeks only. Each session will be unique & industry agnostic.” - Abdelrahman Muneer, Palantir Head of Marketing-MEA
In the first demo of the series, Palantir showed how its new product AIP can assist in creating applications and building the ontology. Thank you @ADAMBERGMANSMM for sharing it!
“It doesn't take more than two or three folks to get started. If we're not seeing some value in you know six to seven weeks […] we're probably doing something wrong.” - Akshay Krishnaswamy, Palantir Chief Architect
Palantir expands its partnership with Carahsoft, a key government provider, to deliver the Apollo platform to the public sector. Below you could find a recent demo.
"You don't need Foundry or Gotham to use Apollo. It's totally independent." - Todd Stiefler, Apollo Business Development Lead
Palantir seems to have partnered with Owens & Minor, healthcare logistics company with ~17,000 employees and $10bn Revenue. Great spot Jørgen!
Palantir partners with AirMatrix, a software provider for drone pilots and governments. AirMatrix will join over 17 startups using Foundry for Builders.
Palantir shared a demo with its partner Accenture which combines AIP and Metaconstellation:
“We are going to simulate the impact of climate change impact on French nuclear capacity and using an AI copilot to and then uses generative AI to create a co-pilot to help manage the impact of water levels or cooling capacity that can be taken.” - Accenture employee
Time wrote an article on how Palantir is sharing the future of Warfare:
“Just as a deep learning algorithm knows how to recognise a picture of a dog after some hours of supervised learning, the Palantir algorithms can become extraordinarily apt at identifying an enemy command and control centre.” - Time
Wendy R. Anderson, Palantir Senior VP, co-wrote an article for Politico:
“Europe would thus be wise to incorporate commercially available software into its defense planning and military operations, as Ukraine has so adroitly done, demonstrating that laying cutting edge software over older generations of hardware can significantly improve performance.” - Wendy Anderson, Palantir Senior VP, and General John R. Allen (Ret. USMC)
Tokyo Electron, a leading global company in semiconductor and flat panel displays (FPD), will use Athinia, the platform Palantir developed with its partner Merck KGaA.
“Finding and interpreting the right parameters is key. Athinia's data analytics platform offers a single source of truth for real-time information between fabs and equipment, fueling a deeper understanding of how the equipment operates; enabling strengthened equipment performance, higher throughput, improved uptime, and optimized predictive maintenance.” - PR Newswire
Palantir had an AIP event also in Tokyo with over 100 executives from 30+ companies.
Gred Little, Deputy at Pentagon’s data and AI office, will join Palantir after 14 years with the DoD.
“Greg Little, deputy CDAO for enterprise platforms and business optimization, was one of the first officials DOD named to the office before it reached its full operating capability in June 2022. DOD stood up the office last February to help align its AI-focused efforts across its sprawling component agencies.” - NextGov
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