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Big Data Is Proof That You Can Have Too Much Of A Good Thing

By Amanda Derrick | February 1, 2023

  What IS Big Data anyway? Unsurprisingly, it’s exactly what it sounds like: a whole LOT of data. Gartner defines Big Data as “high-volume, high-velocity, and/or high-variety information assets”. Defined like that, it sounds like a digital tidal ...

The AI Detective: How AI-led data exploration helped us find our next binge-worthy podcast

By Amanda Derrick | January 24, 2023

  We love a good true crime story, and we’re always looking for something new. Could AI-led exploration help us sift through the thousands of podcasts out there and help us discover a hidden gem? 

Values at Virtualitics: How we build innovative people and products

By Amanda Derrick | January 17, 2023

  Just last week we announced that Virtualitics was included on Built In’s 2023 Best Places to Work list, for a second time! The list is developed based on information about companies including compensation and benefits, flexible and remote work ...

Virtualitics Named a Best Los Angeles Startup to Work For in 2023

By Virtualitics | January 11, 2023

PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2023 — Virtualitics, an artificial intelligence and data exploration company, announced today they have been named one of the best Los Angeles startups to work for on Built In’s 2023 Best Places to Work List. Each year, ...

How to Build a Business Where Data Scientists Thrive

By Amanda Derrick | January 10, 2023

  Between exponential growth in the use of business intelligence technology, a growing trend toward AI initiatives, and a recession that’s putting the squeeze on hiring, good help is definitely getting hard to find in the data science world. And the ...

Virtualitics News

Bryan Katis joins Virtualitics as Head of Product

By Amanda Derrick | January 6, 2023

Virtualitics is pleased to welcome Bryan Katis as our new Head of Product. With over 20 years of experience in data and analytics from companies including SAP, Zepl, and most recently DataRobot, Bryan brings experience and vision that will lead our ...

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

5 Things You Should Embrace if You Want to Be Successful with AI in 2023

By Caitlin Bigsby | January 3, 2023

  It’s a new year and with that comes a clean slate and the best of intentions to get things right! If you have “Build a Successful AI Program” at the top of your 2023 resolution list then here are 5 things that you need to embrace.

Use Cases

Finding the Right AI Use Case

By Caitlin Bigsby | December 13, 2022

  Multitasking? Great! You can listen to this blog post by clicking above or find our podcast, Intelligent Data Exploration, on major podcast platforms. Gartner reports that just over half of all AI projects make it into production. And of the few ...

Virtualitics ranks #1 out of all intelligence analysis software solutions at Trident Spectre '22

By Andrew Green, VP of DOD Product and Customer Success | December 8, 2022

Trident Spectre (TS22) is the Naval Special Warfare Innovation Proving Ground. It’s an annual technology experimentation and assessment event, giving companies the opportunity to demonstrate that they can be a capability provider of a technology or ...

Virtualitics News

DoDIIS 2022: Virtualitics to showcase the latest AI for defense and intelligence communities

By Virtualitics | December 8, 2022

As an important partner with the US Department of Defense (DoD), Virtualitics provides AI-driven analysis for operational readiness, anomaly detection and object tracking, and other intelligence agency and military mission support. 

World Cup predictions: Is it anyone's game?

By Kially Miguel Ruiz (Guest Author) | December 5, 2022

The 2022 World Cup has been a tournament of upsets. If you love an underdog, the matches have been as hard to beat as Australia’s Sockeroos, who conceded zero goals to Tunisia and Denmark to advance unexpectedly to the Round of 16. Consider:

5 Ways You Might Be Introducing Bias Into Your Data... And What To Do About It

By Caitlin Bigsby | November 28, 2022

  Much of the conversation around bias in AI has been on the bias that originates in the data and is then perpetuated by AI algorithms. For example, think of Amazon’s failed hiring algorithm that couldn’t overcome historic patterns of sexist hiring ...

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Poll Results: How are Data Scientists Learning About the Datasets for New AI Projects?

By Caitlin Bigsby | November 15, 2022

  Multitasking? Great! You can listen to this blog post by clicking above or find our podcast, Intelligent Data Exploration, on major podcast platforms. As the Head of Product marketing at Virtualitics, I am always curious about how data scientists ...

Department of Defense

The US Air Force Global Strike Command to Boost Aircraft Availability and Mission-Readiness with Virtualitics

By Virtualitics | November 15, 2022

Virtualitics AI Platform will provide commanders, airmen, and warfighters actionable data to predict maintenance and manpower needs, optimize supply chain applications, and manage inventory. PASADENA, Calif., Nov. 15, 2022 — Virtualitics, an ...

Data Visualization

Optimizing maintenance, logistics, and supply management with Virtualitics

By Jerami Reyna | November 9, 2022

  Multitasking? Great! You can listen to this blog post by clicking above or find our podcast, Intelligent Data Exploration, on major podcast platforms. Sometimes when you’re managing things—parts, people, processes, and logistics—it can feel like ...