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Jacobs, Palantir amplify partnership, driving AI innovations in infrastructure and supply chain management

Jacobs, a global technology-forward solutions provider, is scaling up its collaboration with Palantir Technologies, known for its advanced artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. This partnership aims to introduce ground-breaking AI solutions across crucial sectors such as infrastructure, advanced facilities, and supply chain management, according to the companies.

Previously, Jacobs tapped into Palantir’s Foundry to create domain-specific algorithms for the water sector. Now, the partnership is set to encompass Palantir’s AIP, striving to unlock remarkable speed and superior efficiency. The goal is to facilitate well-informed decision-making processes for Jacobs’ clientele, emphasizing security, control, and auditability as top priorities.

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