The future of software testing is autonomy: creating programs that autonomously test applications. So should you fear for your future, or be excited by the opportunities?
Watch this special end-of-year session with Gil Tayar, and learn if AI in software testing is something to look forward to: will it make software testers better? Or obsolete?
In this webinar, Sr. Architect Gil Tayar discusses the future of software testing in light of recent major advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), and how testers should manage their careers while navigating this quickly-evolving ecosystem.
Autonomous cars were a Sci-Fi dream not 10 years ago. A computer driving a car? No way. But it did happen, and is happening. And if scientists do it for a complicated task such as driving, can they do it for automated regression testing?
Gil Tayar explores what is being done in the field today, but also speculates about the future: he will introduce the 6 levels of autonomous testing, and try and figure out what kind of help current AI techniques can bring to automated testing.
- How autonomous driving works
- 5 levels of autonomous driving
- How AI works today to assist you in testing your app
- 6 levels of AI in automated testing
- Dreaming about the long-term
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Advanced Reading and Recommended Materials:
- Test Automation U — is a free, community-driven education platform, focused on increasing test automation success rates. Angie Jones, who is leading Test Automation U, will be unveiling this exciting new initiative in a special live session — click here for more details.
- Root Cause Analysis (RCA) – learn how Visual Testing with Applitools can help you to instantly pinpoint the root cause of visual bugs in your front-end code
- Cypress vs Selenium WebDriver: Better, or just different – post by Gil Tayar
- Start visual testing today with Applitools Eyes – open your free account now.