As software systems become increasingly complex, manual testing alone can no longer ensure complete test coverage. Traditional test automation methods are also insufficient as they often require significant maintenance and updates to keep up with changing requirements. Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) can help overcome these challenges by enhancing test automation with intelligent decision-making and self-learning capabilities.

In this talk, he will delve into the benefits and challenges of using AI-powered test automation to maximize test coverage. He will explain how AI can be integrated with existing test automation frameworks to intelligently select test cases and adapt to changes in the system under test. He will also discuss how AI can help prioritize and optimize test cases based on their likelihood of finding defects, helping to reduce testing time and increase overall test coverage.

Through real-world examples and case studies, attendees will learn about the successful implementation of AI-powered test automation in various industries. They will also gain practical tips and best practices for incorporating AI into their test automation strategy, including how to identify the right use cases, select appropriate AI algorithms, and integrate them into their existing testing workflows.

By the end of this talk, attendees will have a deeper understanding of how AI can transform their testing processes, enable faster feedback cycles, and improve overall software quality. They will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to start leveraging AI in their own test automation efforts and stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly evolving world of software testing.

Takeaways from the talk:

  1. AI-powered test automation can help overcome the limitations of traditional test automation methods and manual testing and maximize test coverage through intelligent decision-making and self-learning capabilities.
  2. Integrating AI with test automation requires careful consideration of use cases, appropriate AI algorithms, and integration with existing testing workflows. However, when done correctly, it can lead to significant improvements in testing efficiency, accuracy, and quality.
  3. As AI continues to evolve, the potential for AI-powered test automation will only grow, and testers and QA professionals who embrace these technologies will be better positioned to succeed in the rapidly changing landscape of software testing.

November 16 @ 09:00
09:00 — 09:45 (45′)

Okan Cakmak