Eggplant AI 2.0 Uses Machine Learning To Find Software Bugs

Eggplant AI 2.0 has recently co-hosted a webinar with Bloor Research about the future of testing, where they performed an informal poll about artificial intelligence and testing. There, they have found interesting results of advantage in incorporating AI into test automated strategy.
 
 
 Source- Testplant blog
 
Intelligent test automation has recently released a Digital Automation Intelligence Suit, Eggplant AI 2.0 which improves the productivity of team by continuously delivering and creating a digital experience.
 
By using AI, Machine learning, and analytical capabilities, Eggplant AI 2.0 is helping teams to navigate the applications and quickly identify and resolve issues.
 
Several improvements stated by the company are – 
  • Advanced bug-hunting, machine-learning algorithms. By analyzing failure patterns across test runs, Eggplant AI 2.0 can help teams refine tests to actually find defects. For example, maybe defects are happening when users select submenu items on screens that also show interactive maps. Or, maybe users experience issues when entering date of birth information on a search screen when it’s in the MMYY form.
  • Support for user-defined directed tests. Through the Eggplant AI 2.0 GUI, teams can define explicit test paths simply and quickly — for both manually defined regression tests and advanced, intelligent, AI-based exploratory tests — from the same model. For instance, teams can test core functionality, like adding an item to a basket, checking out, and paying for the item before conducting algorithmic-derived tests to remove the item, rotate the screen, select a new item, etc.
  • Ability to annotate the model with customer-defined properties. Fuel the analytics within the software by adding user-configurable properties and values to your Eggplant AI model. For example, you can attribute properties such as complexity (high, medium, low), GDPR relevancy (none, undefined, relevant), development team (offshore, local), and technology used (D3, Spring, C#, JS) to any action or state.
To know more about Eggplant AI 2.0, you can go read the full release.