This keynote will highlight common myths surrounding AI, how it is affecting human life and software, discuss "Deeply Inclusive AI" and future of humans in an AI world.
We live in a golden age where technology influences every facet of our daily lives. This is especially true with the coming of “Artificial Intelligence” (AI). AI is everywhere – from virtual assistants like Alexa, Google Home and Siri to aiding the creation of new disruptive technology like autonomous cars, blockchain and cryptocurrency. Areas of healthcare, finance, retail, customer analytics and manufacturing have already started seeing positive effects of using AI, many of which we would have never thought is possible just a few years ago. At the same time, we have downsides of using AI, such as how it can easily be influenced on issues of race, culture and diversity, making it a burden to society.
In this talk, I will discuss the origins of AI, debunk some of the myths surrounding artificial neural networks and discuss how AI could have an unprecedented positive effect on human life if used in the right way. I will provide some insights into AI safety research, and discuss the future of AI, known as “Deeply Inclusive AI”. Now, how does it applies to testing? AI-based testing can have a positive impact on several facets of software testing, especially test automation. I will discuss the current possibilities with AI and testing as well. Attending my keynote will help influence the way we think about AI and help people realize that we are still far away from creating “broad” AI that can react and think like humans.