Conferences for professionals in the information technology industry

Rößler Jeremias

CEO and founder of ReTest
ReTest GmbH


Dr. Jeremias Rößler (Roessler, @roesslerj, he) has a PhD in Computer Science from Saarland University and more than 10 years of experience as a software developer and tester — is the founder and CEO of @retest_en (https://retest.de), a German-based startup that brings AI to test automation. His refreshingly unusual approach to test automation (difference testing) has many advantages over conventional test automation and he shows how to combine it with AI to overcome the oracle problem. He has been speaker at many international conferences, both in academia and industry, and attendees call his talks visionary and amusing. His talks are rated 4.28 out of five and ranked second best of the conference. He is a writer, blogger (https://dev.to/roesslerj/), developer & computer scientist.

He is very approachable and enjoys to be talked to, so don’t be shy. You can contact him easiest on Twitter or LinkedIn.


How to apply AI to software testing


It is widely accepted that AI is the future of testing. However, because a fault lies in the eye of the beholder, it is pretty unclear how to apply AI to testing—called the Oracle problem. There are literally thousands of UI test automation tools. But due to high efforts for creation and maintenance, together with the brittleness and unreliability of the resulting tests, testing often remains a manual task (confirming the testing pyramid). Meanwhile, Software testing accounts for 30%-40% of the budget of a typical software project. However, there is a way to circumvent the oracle problem and use AI not only to find technical errors (i.e. crashes), but to generate tests for business functionality—autonomous automation. See how AI can be trained to generate tests that are optimized towards several goals and are even better than manually created ones. Visit the future of testing and see how AI can help us create better software!

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)