A Panel Discussion:
The State of AI in Testing
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AI and machine learning seem to be making a strong impact in every industry, and software testing is no exception. From improving efficiency to helping teams shorten release cycles, AI is the latest phenomenon that companies are trying to understand and implement successfully among their teams.
In this webinar, TestCraft brings together four software testing leaders to a panel discussion about the impact and scope of AI in testing. They address some of the most burning questions out there on the subject, and give practical advice for when and how to add AI to your testing operations.
As a Principal Automation Architect at Magenic, Paul Grizzaffi is following his passion for providing technology solutions to testing, QE, and QA organizations, including automation assessments, implementations, and through activities benefiting the broader testing community. An accomplished keynote speaker and writer, Paul has spoken at local and national conferences and meetings. In addition to spending time with his twins, Paul enjoys sharing his experiences and learning from other testing professionals; his mostly cogent thoughts can be read on his blog.
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 is the first female AI testing tech CEO, as CEO and co-founder of Pink Lion AI. Pink Lion AI is 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. In a recent engagement Jennifer served as a strategy executive and in corporate marketing for the C-suite.
Eran Kinsbruner is the Chief Evangelist and Author at Perfecto which is a Perforce Company. Eran holds over 20 years of experience in software testing and development. In the past, Eran has worked at companies like Texas Instruments, General Electric, and Sun Microsystems where he co-invented few registered patents in software test automation.
As co-founder and CEO of TestCraft, Dror has met and learned from test executives about their testing challenges and has worked with them on solving those challenges. Dror is an experienced entrepreneur, with a proven ability to recognize a need in the market, create the right solution, and lead the company to success.