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Here's a roadmap to guide you on your journey towards becoming an AI Test Engineer. Remember, this is adaptable based on your existing knowledge and experience.

Phase 1: Laying the Groundwork​

1. Software Testing Foundations:​

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📝 See Details: Software Testing Roadmap​

2. Using Generative AI for Software Testing​

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📝 See Details: Generative AI Roadmap​

3. Understanding AI Fundamentals​

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📝 See Details: AI Fundamentals Roadmap​

4. Exploring the LLMs World​

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📝 See Details: The LLM World​

5. Programming Proficiency​

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📝 See Details: Learn Python & JS​

Phase 2: Specializing in AI Testing​

Data Quality and Preparation​

  • Data bias: Identifying and mitigating bias in datasets.
  • Data cleaning and preprocessing: Ensuring data is suitable for AI models.

Model Evaluation & Metrics:​

  • Accuracy, Precision, Recall, F1-score: Understanding when to use which metric.
  • ROC Curves, Confusion Matrices: Visualizing model performance.
  • Overfitting/Underfitting: Diagnosing and addressing these problems.

AI-Specific Testing Challenges​

  • Explainability: Testing the reasoning behind AI decisions.
  • Robustness: Testing how models handle unexpected or adversarial inputs.
  • Fairness: Ensuring AI systems don't perpetuate discrimination.

Phase 3: Building Experience and Expertise​


Practice Projects:​

  • Open Datasets: Find datasets on sites like Kaggle and UCI Machine Learning Repository.
  • Open-source AI projects: Contribute to testing aspects of existing projects.

Networking and Community:​

  • Online Forums: Interact, learn, and find potential leads.
  • Conferences and Meetups: Stay up-to-date and build connections.

Portfolio Development:​

  • Document projects: Showcase your testing strategies, results, and insights.
  • GitHub Profile: Share your code and contributions.

Important Additional Skills:​

  • Cloud Computing: Knowledge of platforms like AWS, Azure, or GCP.
  • Visual Testing: Understanding visual testing techniques for UI-based AI systems
  • Critical Thinking: The ability to analyze problems and design creative test scenarios
  • Communication Skills: Practice explaining technical concepts clearly to stakeholders.

Remember: Becoming an AI Test Engineer takes time and dedication. This roadmap provides a framework; your commitment and hard work will drive your success!