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How AI Will Impact the Future of Testing and How You Can Prepare

AI has the potential to significantly increase testing efficiency by helping organizations prioritize the highest risk areas of a given release, widening test coverage, isolating bugs and more. In this sense, AI could become an invaluable tool for achieving strategic quality goals, but there are certain steps organizations will need to take in order to leverage AI’s potential.

In this webinar, you will learn:

- The key ways AI can improve your testing practice
- How AI will affect the testing market and the role of the tester
- How organizations can prepare for a future of AI-enabled testing
Recorded Oct 30 2018 53 mins
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Daniel Geater, Enterprise Solution Architect, QualiTest
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