We have a practice based on the user stories we create the test scenario as mind map then build the test cases , How this AI can support us on this
Hi Kayu, I’m not sure I understand your question here. Are you asking how AI can support making user stories, the mind map, build the test cases, all or something else?
More details will really help get you responses. Thanks
Usually we are creating the mind map (Test scenarios ) and test cases based on the user stories , i am asking whether AI can help anything on this
You could use Chat GPT to generate potential test variations for you, I used it a few times for this and it does a decent job of covering the general scenarios you might want to test, which could save you some time. The only thing that I’d be cautious about is confidentiality, if you are working under a non-disclosure agreement it might be better to ask it general questions, without sharing the exact requirements since all this AI privacy stuff is still a bit of a grey area, and your data might be used elsewhere so it doesn’t hurt to be cautious.
Noted we are using this currently
ChatGPT says from the below question;
Given you are provided with enough input, could you generate a mind map based on user stories?
Certainly! If you provide me with the user stories, I can generate a basic mind map for you based on those stories. Please provide the user stories, and I’ll create the mind map accordingly.
Once a mind map is created, could you generate test cases based on the outcomes?
Yes, once the mind map is created, I can help you generate test cases based on the outcomes. Please provide me with the mind map, and I’ll assist you in creating relevant test cases for each outcome or branch of the mind map.
So looks like ChatGPT could very much support that activity. As @mirza says, be careful what you share and watch out for errors. I’ve found you have to be careful and really examine the output as the accuracy tends to vary depending on what and how you input. For example, I’ve found when asking questions the responses seem better if you put them in quotation marks.
Good luck and let us know how you get on. Seems a fun experiment.