Tariq King: AI for Testing Everything - An Automation Superpower

Tariq King is the Chief Scientist at test.ai, where he leads research and development of their core platform for AI-driven testing.

AI for software testing (AIST) is one of the latest trends in the industry. Many software vendors and startup companies are building and promoting AI-driven test automation tools, platforms and frameworks, and the number of offerings seems to increase exponentially each year. After over two years since his "Rise of the Machines" keynote Tariq King returns to Iasi, albeit virtually, to update you on the current state-of-the-art in AIST.

Tariq will take you on a journey to show you the true strength of applying AI to test automation. You won't want to miss this tour de force as Tariq covers the use of AI for testing different application levels, quality attributes, and domains. Come and learn about test automation's newest superpower, and see how real AI is being applied in production today.

About the speaker

Tariq King enjoys breaking things and is currently the Chief Scientist at test.ai, where he leads research and development of their core platform for AI-driven testing. He started his career in academia as a tenure-track professor and later transitioned into the software industry.

Tariq previously held positions as a test architect, manager, director, and head of quality. He has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed software testing books, journals, conferences, and workshops. He is a member of the ACM and IEEE Computer Society and serves as a board member and keynote speaker for several international software engineering and testing conferences.

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All registered attendees will receive the access link a few days prior to the event. The talk will be hosted on Microsoft Teams platform, as a Teams Event, so please make sure you have downloaded the app prior to the event.

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