Artificial Intelligence is when a machine mimics the cognitive functions that humans associate with other human minds, such as learning and problem solving, reasoning, problem solving, knowledge representation, social intelligence and general intelligence. The central problems of AI include reasoning, knowledge, planning, learning, natural language processing perception and the ability to move and manipulate objects. Approaches include statistical methods, computational intelligence, soft computing and traditional symbolic AI. Many tools are used in AI, including versions of search and mathematical optimization, logic, methods based on probability and economics. AI platform is defined as some sort of hardware architecture or software framework (including application frameworks), that allows software to run.
This paper explores the influences of the growing field of artificial intelligence (AI) on the software development process. Several techniques and their potential positive effects on multiple areas of software development will be explored. The main focus is on requirements engineering, the development process, testing and deployment, and the human factor in the field of software development as a whole. A number of scenarios concerning the future influence of AI on software engineering are presented.
With the advent of DevOps and Continuous Delivery, businesses are now looking for real-time risk assessment throughout the various stages of the software delivery cycle. Although Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not really new as a concept, applying AI techniques to software testing has started to become a reality just the past couple years. Down the line, AI is bound to become part of our day-to-day quality engineering process, however, prior to that, let us take a look at how AI can help us achieve our quality objectives. Day after day, QA Engineers face a plethora of difficulties and waste a lot of time to find a proper solution. When it comes to making new additions, the existing code which has already gone through the testing process may stop working.
Pursuing DevOps ROI (return on investment) is compelling for organizations that adopt this approach to agile development practices. With the evolution toward cloud and mobile apps that run on converged infrastructures companies that implement DevOps processes can realize significant benefits in the three components of ROI. These include reduced costs, enhanced productivity and faster time to revenue. DevOps can also help mitigate risks, such as customer loss due to poor user experience, operational inefficiencies, and non-compliance with GRC (governance, regulatory, compliance) mandates. In contrast, enterprises with legacy systems that adhere to conventional development and operations processes jeopardize being overcome by modern applications and the new computing architectures they require.
Traditional ways of managing IT infrastructure can impede the fast-paced delivery of digital solutions. Agile methods can be used to boost efficiency, speed, and quality. Many companies have accelerated application development by adopting agile principles and modern software-engineering best practices, such as automated testing. Yet it remains uncommon to apply these methods and tools to IT infrastructure and operations, even though doing so presents opportunities to increase productivity and the pace at which digital products and services are brought to market. The typical IT infrastructure organization continues to emphasize stability over speed. Requests for infrastructure services still often go through an assembly line-style process involving many handoffs, long delays, and frequent misunderstandings.