Almost every day we hear about the great potential of artificial intelligence and how it will amplify human intelligence and reinvent the world as we use to know it.
But how do we handle the testing and quality assurance of AI?
TestHuset is hosting an afternoon seminar on the 13th of January 2020, where we will explore both the potential, the challenges and the risks we are facing, when it comes to testing and quality assurance of this booming technology.
- What is AI compared to Machine Learning and Deep Learning?
- Who will be testing AI?
- Does AI mean the end of manual testing?
- How do you test AI?
- How do you use AI for testing?
- What are the vulnerabilities of AI?
The presentations are held in English.
SIGN UP HERE
We hope you’ll be able to join us! Please use the form below to sign up:
WHEN & WHERE
When: Monday the 13th of January 2020
Time: 14:30 – 17:00
Where: TestHuset, Lautruphøj 1-3, 2750 Ballerup
RSVP: Wednesday the 18th of December 2019
There will be a light serving of snacks and drinks.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Stefan Veis Pennerup is the ML and Google Tech lead at Trifork in Aarhus, Denmark, with a background as a Mechatronics Engineer. He has recently developed a habit of using Brazilian flip-flops during presentations and has a hypothesis that Machine Learning and flip-flops are related – although correlation does not automatically imply causation. Introducing new customers to Machine Learning on a regular basis has prepared him with a long list of easy digestible examples.
Viepul Kocher is an ex-Adobe engineer and IIT alumnus with a 25-year experience in Software Development and Testing industry. Besides being the creator of AiU – the world’s first AI testing certification, DoU – DevOps united – world’s first DevOps and testing certification, Viepul is also President of the Indian Testing – ISTQB Board, Convenor of STeP-IN forum and National Convenor of Indica Academy, to name a few.
NB! Should you be unable to attend after sign-up, please let us know at email@example.com no later than the 12th of January 2020. Although this is a free seminar there is a no-show fee of 500 DKK, if you do not give notice in due time.