CMG is pleased to announce the addition of two sessions for AIXCHANGE.
AI: Where we came from, where we are, and where we are going with a particular focus on natural language technology. This talk is for everyone: non-technical individuals will appreciate the conceptual breadth and CTOs will enjoy the dips into present theory powering the space.
About the speaker: I am a software developer living in Brooklyn, New York. I live for software and technology. I have created solutions for the smallest cafes to the largest banks. I have worked with marketing agencies to build creative, impactful advertising campaigns as well as early-stage blockchain companies building the first applications that appeared on the Ethereum network. Technology is my passion and I truly enjoy working with other devoted individuals who seek to evolve our understanding of technology and its impact. Currently, I am focused on conversational data analytics through at http://www.rapidinfluence.com/ More info at http://www.knou.se/
AI will fundamentally transform software testing. Testers make quick judgments based on data. AI makes even quicker judgments based on far more data. No area of software testing will be left unchanged by AI. In this presentation, Jason demonstrates how AI is directly applicable to all aspects of testing: functional regression automation, exploratory testing, test data generation, performance, and even qualitative measures of quality such as trustworthiness, usability, and more. Jason applies neural networks, reinforcement learning, and clustering to testing problems and shares the methods and results. Jason also discusses how AI makes test artifacts reusable, and how this will change software testing forever. Join and see the future of software testing powered by AI.
About the speaker: Jason Arbon is the CEO at test.ai where his mission is to test all the worlds apps. Google’s AI investment arm lead test.ai’s latest funding round. Jason previously worked on several large-scale products: web search at Google and Bing, the web browsers Chrome and Internet Explorer, operating systems such as Windows and ChromeOS, and crowd-sourced testing at uTest.com. Jason has also co-authored books such as How Google Tests Software and App Quality: Secrets for Agile App Teams.