The future of law enforcement is here. Meet Palantir, the tool that predicts the future of crime

According to reports, Palantir is a tool that located in Palo Alto, California and is currently being used by used for everything from law enforcement to finance.

Palantir is housed in a building that cannot be penetrated by radio waves, phone signals, or internet. The only way personnel can enter the building is with advanced biometrics, and pass codes held by dozens of independent parties whose identities are protected by blockchain technology.

According to Palantir, the building “must be built to be resistant to attempts to access the information within it. The network must be ‘airgapped’ from the public internet to prevent information leakage.”

Inside the building, Palantir sorts through massive amount of data to gather important information that can be used to predict and prevent crimes before they happen.

According to The Next Web, Palantir’s client list includes to the CIA, FBI, NSA, Center for Disease Control, the Marine Corps, the Air Force, Special Operations Command, West Point, and the IRS. In addition, the public sector accounts for 50 percent of Palantir’s client roster.

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