Diia and Mriya develop based on Palantir AIP assistants

Diia and Mriya develop based on Palantir AIP assistants

The Palantir AIP Bootcamp took place in Kyiv, in which 32 participants from the Ministry of Digital Transformation, the Ministry of Education and Science, and TAPAS took part. They developed 5 prototype projects based on the Palantir Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP).

The participants of the Palantir AIP Bootcamp received training on the use of advanced AI technologies from the company’s experts, familiarized themselves with the functionality of the Palantir platform, and applied its tools in practice by developing prototypes of their own projects. The teams worked in tandem with Palantir engineers.

Palantir AIP Bootcamp

Prototypes of assistants

As a result, one of Diia’s teams created a prototype of an assistant that helps process feedback on services. This allows you to see the distribution of user feedback by topics, what you like and what should be improved – both for all services together and for each service separately. We visualized the solution in a clear and accessible way.

Mriya’s team has developed a prototype of an assistant for parents that analyzes data from the school about the student. It draws up a conclusion about where the student is successful and where he or she has difficulties, and provides recommendations for improving learning outcomes.

This experience will help improve the quality of public services and save employees’ time. All projects are prototypes. They need to be finalized and scaled up for full use. However, in two days, this is a significant result, according to the Ministry of Digital Transformation.

Palantir AIP Bootcamp

About Palantir AIP Bootcamp

Palantir is a global leader in software development and cloud solutions. Last year, the Ministry of Digital Transformation and Palantir started cooperation in the defense, security and digital technologies sectors.

The Palantir AIP Bootcamp was supported by the Palantir team and the USAID/UK Aid Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) project.


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