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Testing deep learning chatbots

Chatbots already exist, and have done so for decades. But the classical bots from “ye olden days” have their limits. They rely on a database of thousands of pre-made answers to pre-thought up conversation scenarios. Every time a user writes something, the bot looks through its database for an answer. If a user’s question alternate a little from the bot’s script, it’s followed up by a standard “I don’t understand the question” reply. It’s a stone sure way to find out if that sweet girl you’re talking to on Tinder is actually a human..

Testing chatbots: An introduction to conversational interfaces

Chatbots are already here, but in the next couple of years, we’re going to see a lot more of them. Frameworks for them are both affordable and easily adaptable to specific companies. The chatbot can become part of a company’s support or information departments, without having to be built from scratch. But how do you test one?

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My great test persona names quest

I’ve gone through several iterations of coming up with test persona names in my latest project. In the beginning I started thinking about names for my amusement. But after some time I realized that there’s actually something to gain from considering naming practices when it comes to test data. Setting […]

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Nobody reads my test documentation

I see it as my duty to make test documentation. I’m a consultant, the only current tester on my project, and can leave (or be asked to leave) whenever. In that situation I don’t want to leave behind a project that have to start at square one with a new […]

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30 Days Of Mobile Testing: Mobile proxy tools

So… until this day, I don’t think I ever thought about what a proxy tool actually is. I remember reading about using proxy tools for watching online television in other countries.. But that’s it. I never worked with proxy tools before, and I honestly have no idea what .