Last year was dominated by the smart devices and voice based home assistants. These use the conversational interfaces unlike other application to interact with. They are built using advanced algorithms, ranging from pattern and expression matching engines to natural language processing and AI/Machine learning techniques. These systems are constantly learning by themselves improving the intercations with the user bringing up the challenge in the testing world of non-deterministic output. To such interfaces, natural language is the input and we humans really love having alternatives and love our synonyms and our expressions using emojis gifs and pictures. Testing in this context moves to clouds of probabilities.
In this session I will cover the strategy for testing such interfaces, testing the NLP models and sharing experience on how to automate these tests and add it to the CI/CD build pipelines.
* How What and why of a conversational interface?
* How can I build my testing approach for such an interface?
* What from my current toolset can I use for this new context?
* How do I automated and add it for my CI/CD pipeline for instant feedback?
* How do I measure the quality?
Sr QA Consultant, ThoughtWorks
I am working at Thoughtworks as a Sr. QA and have worked as a Solution Consultant with focus on designing need based
test Automation solutions (Web, Mobile , Webservices, chatbots, NLP, AI and Data), Agile and setting up a DevOps Culture with over 10 years of industry experience.
I enjoy talking at the conferences and sharing the knowledge across the community and mentoring.