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Understanding Deep Learning (Neural Networks) visually

Till now, you might have heard of Machine Learning algorithms like Deep Learning or Artificial Neural Network or Neural Networks. These all work on the same principle and similar algorithms. In This blog post – let us see visually how Deep Learning or Artificial Neural Network (Short form ANN) learns by itself from data. Let [...]

A million dollars isn’t cool – you know what’s cool?

  This week we have completed half the syllabus of Data Science, AI, and Machine Learning under Learn with Moolya initiative. I believe it's time that we look back a little.   A number of participants have asked me this question - How is Data Science, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence connected to each other?  Most of [...]

What are the similarities and differences in Software testing and Data Science?

The world is moving towards AI systems in the fastest way anyone can imagine - and at Moolya we are observing closely this radical shift. We have initiated a number of ways in which we would be ready for this shift and one of the ways to do so is with Learning with Moolya initiative. [...]

Why is it important for testers to learn AI?

We are thrilled by the number of participants joining our training on AI Basics for Testers. We have more than 2500 testers from the community, which includes Test Architects, Sr Managers, Data Scientists and CTO's participating in the training sessions. We had the first session on Saturday 13th May 2017, 8 sessions lined up every week (Saturday), [...]

Dear iOS developers, ready to face App Store?

When we talk about iOS devices, things are vastly different when compared to Android. From the Airdrop feature to App Store submission process, everything is highly secure and reliable for the users. All these constitute to a great user experience. But the story is not the same from a developers and testers end. Expectations of [...]

Importance Of Documentation In The Life Of A Tester  

During my initial testing days, I did not show much interest in preparing documents and I have come across many others who shared the same thoughts. What do we mean by a testing documentation? I define it as “ a proof that speaks about the tests we perform” If a tester maintains the document for the [...]

Software Issues that led to Historic Disasters

No software is 100% perfect! Every piece of software that we build and use will have some or the other issue - but some get discovered under the most dangerous circumstances. Testing associates severities to software issues based on the “risk” and “impact” associated with the issue remaining in the software. However, if the testing [...]

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