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Decreasing automation rates

In the Reinventing Testing in the Age of Agile and DevOps session, how did your study determine automation rates are decreasing?

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This observation is based on our direct experience as well as reporting done by analysts that follow the automation space.

Apologies for not being specific about the analyst or report but we want to respect the distribution rights we have to these reports. If we can get rights or permission to share I will update this post accordingly.

If you would like to discuss and engage privately, we can outline our perspective in more detail.

Most, however, would agree automation rates are decreasing, not because people are automating less, it's because there's exponentially more automation required. I break this down a little in another post about why AI will help here.



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