STAREAST 2024 Concurrent Session : Empowering Robust Testing Frameworks: Leveraging AI-Generated Requirements for Unparalleled Quality Assurance


Wednesday, May 1, 2024 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Empowering Robust Testing Frameworks: Leveraging AI-Generated Requirements for Unparalleled Quality Assurance

Join Melissa as she explores the fusion of AI and quality assurance in software development. Discover how AI-generated requirements can revolutionize testing strategies, enhancing application quality. She will cover AI's role in requirements generation, and you will learn how AI automates the creation of diverse use case scenarios, ensuring comprehensive coverage, including edge cases. She will discuss traceability and alignment to outline how AI-generated requirements establish a robust traceability matrix, verifying all aspects of software functionality. Additionally, the session will address efficiency and automation as Melissa explains how AI-driven automation streamlines test case creation, freeing teams to focus on critical tasks and accelerating testing. Learn how AI-generated requirements quickly adapt to changing needs and evolving codebases, supporting agile development and how AI-generated scenarios simulate real-world interactions, enhancing usability testing. Finally, this talk will address continuous integration and DevOps integration and how to integrate AI-generated tests into CI/CD pipelines, fostering continuous improvement. Ideal for systems engineers, analysts, developers, QA engineers, and tech enthusiasts, this session unveils cutting-edge AI techniques to amplify testing strategies. Gain insights into future quality assurance trends and discover how AI-generated requirements redefine testing for unparalleled software quality and reliability.

Orca Intelligence

In 2007, Melissa Daley founded iT Gets Better, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Atlanta, GA, aimed at enhancing computer literacy in underrepresented communities by providing IT workshops and consulting. Serving 50+ students in 3 months, iT Gets Better had a significant impact. In 2010, due to the 2009 recession, the organization's website was transferred to another nonprofit. Melissa Daley, a seasoned Systems Engineer with a Bachelor's in Computer Information Systems from Hampton University and a Master's in Technology Entrepreneurship from the University of Maryland, has consulted for notable entities like Accenture, Booz Allen, and State of Georgia Department of Human Resources. In 2014, she established Orca Intelligence, streamlining software requirement management. In 2021, she introduced Swiftly, an AI solution enhancing software development efficiency. With 20 years in IT, Melissa Daley's initiatives have contributed significantly to education and technology optimization.