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❌ They said "NO" | Palantir Bullets #34
This week's Palantir developments and the crowned “Tweet of the Week”
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Palantir published a new video highlighting the value unlocked by Tampa Hospital.
“We've seen a 28% reduction in our patient hold time, and we've reduced the time the nurse managers spend managing patient placement by 83%. So patients are moving into care faster and they're getting the treatment that they need, faster.” - Leah Toms, Tampa Hospital Director
A domestic newspaper reported that all 16 German federal states favored Palantir's nationwide adoption, but the Federal Ministry of the Interior rejected it.
“The Federal Ministry of the Interior is not completely closed to a solution, but no longer wants to use Palantir's software, but instead wants its own program to be developed within the police force. Even if that were to happen, it would take many years.” - Faz.Net
US Military is actively testing the use of LLM in military responses. Palantir’s new product Artificial Intelligence Platform is very likely to be involved.
“It was highly successful. It was very fast. We are learning that this is possible for us to do.” - Matthew Strohmeyer, US Air Force Colonel
The Economist mentioned Palantir in its new video “The Future of War” and illustrated the booming allocation of the DoD on AI.
“Since 2021 the American defence department’s spending on AI allocated by financial year has more than doubled. And NATO is also heavily investing.” - The Economist
The Financial Times wrote an article on Sompo, the key Palantir client in Japan, underscoring how the insurance company is using Foundry to alleviate a caregiver shortage in that nation.
“Sompo said the technology can cut 15% of the workload in a typical 60-person capacity care facility, saving as much as $60,000 annually.” - The Financial Times
The US Army is piloting a tool to track solder readiness to save office time and improve training outcomes. Palantir is likely involved (“Palantir for Personnel Readiness”).
“In the first six months of using the program, the 18th Airborne found first sergeants spent 80 percent less time in the office.” - T.J. Holland, Command Sergeant Major of the 18th Airborne Corps
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