by Jennifer Bonine
Early Bird tickets with 10 % off are in sale until 31st of January 2020
How do you train an AI bot to do your software testing? Integrating AI into your testing activities can be intimidating, but in reality, it is pretty easy, and it just takes some understanding and work. Learn how to directly apply AI to real-world testing problems without having a Ph.D. in computer science. Jennifer will share a wide survey of all the different ways AI is applied to software testing today.
Get some hands-on experience using AI with a testing focus with no coding skills required. Whether you are just AI-Curious or want to reap the benefits of AI-based testing approaches on your product today, this workshop is a must to get an understanding of where testing, and your career, are headed in an AI-First world.
You will also have time for Q&A to discuss applying AI-based testing approaches to your individual testing problems. This workshop will get you ready for the AI-Based future of testing!” Leave this session knowing how to start using AI, where AI can be applied to software testing, benefits of AI first testing approach, practice with AI using an open-source tool, different tool options for AI in a tool-agnostic approach.
Takeaways: AI resources to get started in learning AI and ML Where can AI and ML be applied for testing and tech teams Tool comparison chart Testing trends survey Open source AI tool to use Difference between AI and ML What to look for when selecting an AI tool Equipment: Projector, Sound to laptop (speakers for videos), Power, flip charts, markers.
Keywords: Software Testing, Artificial Intelligence, AI Curious, Customer Retention
Jennifer Bonine is a well-known speaker, teacher, and trainer at both national and international conferences. She has keynoted numerous Testing, Agile, and Development conferences. Jennifer’s belief is that we should do what we are passionate about. In other words, she believes in living your passion. She is cofounder and the CEO of Pink Lion AI: a breakout AI company that brings AI to the world’s app teams and delivers AI integration with a human engagement model while educating teams on solving challenges with an AI-first strategy.
Jennifer is the first female AI testing tech CEO and is currently collaborating in the entertainment, gaming, media and professional sports industries with Test.AI. As Test. AI’s partner PinkLion is successfully overcoming testing challenges using AI that were hard to manage with more traditional automation testing.
She has held executive-level positions leading development and quality engineering teams for Fortune 100 companies in several Industries. In her recent engagement Jennifer served as a strategy executive and in corporate marketing for the C-suite. She is also a founding sponsor and member of AI GRRLS and Supporter of Lead the Way to give children in hospitals needed distractions and technology solutions.
We asked Jennifer
What is the biggest obstacle or roadblock in SW testing that is slowing down improvement and innovation?
Fear of change and embracing the technologies. Change is always hard for people. The ones embracing it are leading the way and will benefit from their ability to embrace changes.
Will Manual Testing disappear in the next years?
No we will always need manual testing, especially with AI to validate the outputs and data generated. People have the ability to use more of their critical thinking and problem solving skills with AI . What will shift is the repetitive button clicking manual boring tests and move to higher value tests for manual testing.
How software quality fits into DevOps?
It allows for continuous testing models and quality throughout the process.
If you could choose a superpower, what would it be?
Time travel and teleportation.
What’s your favorite hobby?
Travel and unique experiences. Creating “moments” for people that they will remember.