I have been in the software industry for over 11 years now and I can say for sure that there are no with focus on Testing. I would assume that some of the vendors I describe below may source some of their stuff pretty soon as they have a lot of customers using them for different reasons.

There have been many companies trying to use AI to solve different problems in Software Testing, some of them are

Testim.io

It uses machine learning for the authoring, execution and maintenance of automated tests. It focuses on functional testing, end-to-end testing and UI testing. The more tests you run the more smarter the tool becomes to increase the stability of your test suites. It is not a completely code-less tool; you can use JavaScript and HTML to write complex programming logic (if needed) for your applications.

Appvance

Appvance uses AI to generate test cases based on user behavior but is not a fully AI based tool like Testim.io

Test.ai

Test.ai uses artificial intelligence to perform regression testing. It is helpful to get performance metrics on your app. It is more of an app monitoring tool than functional testing tool from my point of view

Functionize

Functionize used machine learning for functional testing. It is very similar to other tools in the market in terms of its capabilities

The above are some of the popular tools out there in the market.

The trend seems to be going in the positive direction in terms of vendors trying to make testing more stable, simpler, smarter and getting everyone in the team involved in testing including non-technical people.

-Raj



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