Past Meetup

Talk: The Reality of Testing in an Artificial World

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Climate Corporation

201 3rd St #1100 · San Francisco, CA

How to find us

We are on 3rd St on the same building as Fogo De Chao. Look for a Starbucks and a big red "201". From the "201" walk the path past the Starbucks to the lobby. Just ask for Climate Corp and they will show you how to get up to the 11th floor.

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This month, we have a treat! Angie Jones, who's a renowned speaker in the area of testing and test automation will be giving a talk at our meetup! Details here:

Topic: The Reality of Testing in an Artificial World

Our world is changing. Artificial intelligence is being employed in just about all walks of life - from virtual assistants to self-driving cars. How does this new way of life impact software testing? What is our there even one?

Of course there is! While the future of artificial intelligence is mostly unknown, remember that as testers, one of our strongest assets is being able to discover and report the unknown. Many software developers jump at the opportunity to learn and implement the new skills required for artificial intelligence. Let’s get on board and take our place in making history!

In this talk, we’ll discuss the tester’s role in an artificial world, the skills needed to test such applications, and the impact that a tester can make in this space.

Key Takeaways:
You will gain a better understanding of the testable features of AI
You will examine the skills needed to test AI
You will explore the impact that testers can have on developing AI applications

Speaker Bio:
Angie Jones is a Senior Developer Advocate who specializes in test automation strategies and techniques. She shares her wealth of knowledge by speaking and teaching at software conferences all over the world, as well as writing tutorials and blogs on

As a Master Inventor, Angie is known for her innovative and out-of-the-box thinking style which has resulted in more than 25 patented inventions in the US and China. In her spare time, Angie volunteers with Black Girls Code to teach coding workshops to young girls in an effort to attract more women and minorities to tech.