Topic: ai

How AI and machine learning moved forward in 2020

AI and machine learning saw several steps forward in 2020, from the first beta of GPT-3, stricter regulation of AI technologies and conversations around algorithmic bias, and strides in AI-assisted development and testing. GPT-3 is a neutral-network-developed language model created by OpenAI. It entered its first private beta in June this year, and OpenAI reported … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NativeScript joins the OpenJS Foundation, IBM Watson updates, and Dynatrace enters cloud security market

NativeScript has joined the OpenJS Foundation as an incubating project. According to the foundation, incubating projects are projects in the process of completing its on-boarding checklist. NativeScript is an open-source mobile framework that was developed by Progress. It enables developers to access native platform APIs from JavaScript directly. It can be integrated with any other … continue reading

2020: Testing goes hands off during the pandemic with with more AI and automation

The importance of autonomous testing has mushroomed in importance in 2020 as many companies realized the primary way to connect with consumers is through apps and digital applications, which in turn has increased the amount of testing that needs to be done.  The pandemic has also created a distributed workforce and prompted the need for … continue reading

SD Times news digest: The 2020 State of Octoverse report, Microsoft LAMBDA released, and ML Commons launched

GitHub has announced its annual State of Octoverse report, looking at the company’s growth and usage over the last year. The report found that the number of people on GitHub overall continues to grow, but the proportion of those who identify as developers has decreased. According to the report, this could signal an expanding diversity … continue reading

Test automation does away with the mundane, and frees up testers for the creative domain

The drastic increase in volume of tests and the speed of software production has necessitated more efficient automated testing to handle repetitive tasks. The growing “shift-left” approach in Agile development processes has also pushed testing much earlier in the application life cycle.  “There is a challenge to testing in the sense that we need to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Infragistics updates Ignite UI for Angular 11, Buildkite expands GitHub integration, and Rust 1.48

Infragistics’ Ignite UI toolkit for Angular 11 includes a complete library of Angular-native UI components, material-based components and over 60 high-performance charts and data grids. The new release includes additions such as updates to all of the Angular grids, export to Excel, accessibility/ARIA, and more across all of the controls in its enterprise-grade toolkit.  “We’ve … continue reading

Rollbar to improve code with new AI-assisted workflows and automation-grade grouping

Rollbar wants to shift developers’ focus to continuously improving code, instead of having to continuously fix it. The continuous code improvement platform provider announced two new features designed to reduce the time spent monitoring, investigating and debugging code.  The new AI-assisted workflows are automated workflows that help development teams catch and address errors before they … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: TrustyAI

The Knowledge is Everything (KIE) group recently released TrustyAI, an open-source solution that combines machine learning models and decision logic to enrich automated decisions by including predictive analytics.  It is the result of a new initiative, within the KIE group, to increase trust in decision making processes that depend on AI predictive models. The new … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Parasoft C/C++test 2020.2 released, Visual Studio 2019 v16.8 and v16.9 Preview 1 release, and CockroachDB 20.2 released

The new release of Parasoft C/C++test 2020.2 includes support for modern development workflows, enabling CI/CD pipelines and DevOps to accelerate productivity as well as many new features.  New features include Git integration with SCM, which reports new code violations quickly to drastically cut the feedback loop to developers, new code analysis result comparisons of SCM … continue reading

Kobiton acquires Mobile Labs for faster app delivery and AI across real devices

Mobile experience platform provider Kobiton announced that it acquired one of its competitors, Mobile Labs Inc. The acquisition will allow developers and QA teams to deliver apps faster by leveraging artificial intelligence across real-devices spanning cloud and on-premises deployments, according to Kobiton. “We saw a huge opportunity to improve the testing experience for our customers … continue reading

It’s not all about deployment with software release management

Today’s software release methodology involves multiple aspects of the SDLC: planning, scheduling, and managing a software build through the stages of developing, testing, deploying, and supporting the release. Release automation, as well as methodologies like Agile development, continuous delivery, and DevOps have greatly contributed to the evolution of release management. It is a core function … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tricentis AI-powered test automation, NetBSD 9.1 released, and AWS porting assistant for .NET now open source

Tricentis has announced its vision for the next-generation of AI-powered test automation. Vision AI is a test design and automation solution which allows organizations to address the needs brought about by the increasing prevalence of cloud-native and enterprise application platforms, according to the company. Vision AI is also now the core technology that will power … continue reading

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