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Palantir Technologies
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Palantir, мафия PayPal, спецслужбы, мировое правительство Как Алекс Карп создал стартап «Палантир» на деньги ЦРУ   Одним из первых инвесторов Palantir стал венчурный фонд ЦРУ In-Q-Tel, а аналитики управления помогали программистам Palantir создавать первые версии своих прог ...

Palantir, мафия PayPal, спецслужбы, мировое правительство

Как Алекс Карп создал стартап «Палантир» на деньги ЦРУ

 

Одним из первых инвесторов Palantir стал венчурный фонд ЦРУ In-Q-Tel, а аналитики управления помогали программистам Palantir создавать первые версии своих программ. В 2005—2008 годах ЦРУ было единственным клиентом компании со штаб-квартирой в калифорнийском Пало-Альто, которую все называют «Шир». Разработки компании позволяли выявлять наиболее вероятные места атак террористов-смертников в Ираке и Афганистане, а также защищать от нецелевой растраты средства, которые власти США направили на стимулирование экономики во время кризиса. Позднее компания стала также сотрудничать с другими спецслужбами, а также военными.

Позднее ПО Palantir нашло своих клиентов и в корпоративном мире, например среди банков, которые хотят обезопасить себя от мошенничества и кибер­атак, а также оптимизировать свои портфели плохих активов. По словам гендиректора Алекса Карпа, на частный сектор сейчас приходится около 60% всего бизнеса компании. Софтом стартапа пользуются News Corp., JP Morgan и Bank of America. С последним связан один из скандалов вокруг Palantir — в 2011 году один из ее сотрудников был уличен в борьбе против WikiLeaks, которая намеревалась разгласить внутренние документы банка. В частности, он предлагал организовать слежение за информаторами и донорами проекта, а также провести кибератаку на ее сетевую инфраструктуру. Алекс Карп тогда лично оправдывался за компанию, но вышеназванный сотрудник после небольшого отпуска вернулся на работу, отмечает Forbes

27 июля 2015 Американская компания Palantir Technologies, основанная в 2004 году и специализирующаяся на алгоритмах для обработки больших массивов данных, продала собственные акции на сумму $450 млн, говорится в документах, направленных в Комиссию по ценным бумагам и биржам США (SEC). Стартап Palantir Technologies оценили в $20 млрд 4-й по капитализации в мире, после Snapchat, Uber и Airbnb. Ранее в 2014 году компания получила около $1 млрд от группы американских инвесторов. Тогда стоимость Palantir оценивалась в $15 млрд.

Технологии для обработки данных, разработанные Palantir, активно используются силовыми структурами США. Согласно данным сайта USAspending.gov, с 2009 года Palantir получила контракты на сумму $215 млн от Федерального бюро расследований (ФБР), министерства обороны и министерства национальной безопасности США. По слухам, алгоритмы Palantir использовались для обнаружения Усамы бен Ладена.

Среди клиентов Palantir также значатся банки, страховщики, ритейлеры и нефтегазовые компании, а также фирмы из сферы здравоохранения.

 

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Palantir Calls Government Accusations Of Asian Discrimination 'Entirely Unfounded'

Palantir Technologies denied allegations Friday that it discriminated against Asian job applicants. In response to a lawsuit brought by the Department of Labor, the secretive data-mining company said that one quarter of its employees was Asian.

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27 сентября 2016, 21:02

CORRECTED-UPDATE 4-U.S. regulators accuse Palantir of bias against Asians

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27 сентября 2016, 01:17

US Department Of Labor Accuses Palantir Of Discriminating Against Asians

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26 сентября 2016, 23:34

UPDATE 4-U.S. regulators accuse Palantir of bias against Asians

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Labor filed an administrative lawsuit against Palantir Technologies on Monday, alleging that the data analytics and security company systematically discriminated against Asian job applicants.

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