May 14, 2018 at 5:47 pm #19484AlexParticipant@axeloi
Ok. AI in software testing seems to be the new thing. Where will this lead? Will it eventually eliminate most of the unit testing? Perhaps even suggest code chunks? I guess system level testing of human interactive systems may never be done by a machine since outcomes must be evaluated from a human perspective.
?May 14, 2018 at 8:41 pm #19487RomanParticipant@rpwheeler
I listened to a few talks on the question, and here I refer to 3 what I can recommend so far. The first one is closest to the topic, the second and the third are more about practical side of applying AI to testing.
Quality Jam 2017: Paul Merrill “Machine Learning & How it Affects Testers”
Jeremias Rößler “Applying AI to testing”
How King Uses AI in TestingMay 15, 2018 at 11:13 am #19496AlexParticipant@axeloi
Thanks! Definitely makes sense for games of logic. Actually a bit surprising that they haven’t done that from the start at king.
“We have to get back to doing more real human learning in order to work with this new artificial learning.”
+1May 17, 2018 at 3:02 pm #19523TassawerParticipant@tassaweramin
@rpwheeler Great recommendations, worth spending some time to watch them (Y)May 29, 2020 at 7:39 am #24802MustakimParticipant@mustakimshaikh
Yes AI is a new thing and it will lead to good things. According to science, The future depends upon the blend of human ability and machine capability. With the acceleration of technology and a little human input, AI is all set to help testers re-shape the testing process with higher efficiencies and accuracy.
The AI-based app testing services of the future are projected to be promising with the entire process becoming more efficient. It will effectively take a huge amount of the tester load.
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