Our annual testing conference HUSTEF is quickly approaching. On the tutorial day we will organize a meet-up right after the tutorials. For this special event we are going to have two speial guests:
Geoff Meyer (Dell - USA):
What’s our job when Machines Do Testing?
Much of the R&D energy in the space of AI and Analytics is focused outwardly on the revenue generating opportunities of AI-based products and services. And while these represent great market disruption and growth opportunities, what about those organizations who's existing portfolio's could achieve benefit through the automation of R&D processes once thought to be in the exclusive domain of Engineers? With R&D organizations so focused on the external opportunities, are they missing out on the inward-looking opportunities that could provide them with increased capacity and improved time-to-market?
And once we start down this path of thinking, that constant buzz of “AI taking over jobs from humans”, starts to take on a different reality. Engineers have been comforted by the belief that that their knowledge worker jobs are immune from automation. But are they? Could AI really take over our jobs in software engineering and testing? What are some of those jobs or tasks that are suitable for Cognitive Automation? What tasks are not, and should be reinforced with improved training of our Engineering community?
In this Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) discussion, we consider "What's our job When Machines do Testing" through the lens of familiar concepts: Test Automation and DevOps, and what happens when we start automating some of our most cognitive-based testing tasks. We're excited to hear from others as to what testing or development tasks in their organizational contexts have been aut
Roy Osherove (IS - Agile Team):
A Pipeline-Friendly Test Process & Strategy
So save the date and join us for this special event. Venue and further details will be shared later.
See you there!