Using openAI to create content for social media

Hello Hello 👋👋👋

Today my post is a bit different from the others as I was having some fun with AI last weekend. I realised I was spending too much time thinking about the content, adding some fun emojis and adding the hashtags for posts on social media.

Then I spent last Saturday evening creating this tool with OpenAI 🤖 quite basic now, but I am planning to have small increments as we go.

It's been a fun couple of hours doing research, coding, and testing, but it's here!  This AI tool can increase efficiency and optimize the content creation. 💪    

This paragraph was generated with the tool

If you are curious about the code and you want to run locally, this is the repo:

https://github.com/rafaelaazevedo/rediskets

You will need to create a .env file and add your OpenAI API Key, which is generated on their website after you create your account there (It is FREE).

If you just want to try it out, open the link and add the text explaining what your content should be about, maybe even add some personality like (friendly, assertive, etc) to help AI to find out what is more close to what you want. It will generate a post with emojis, hashtags and a picture related to what you wrote. The picture is definitely not the brightest feature as you saw above, but maybe you will have some fun like me and generate a picture of dogs without faces 😂

PS: you might get some 502 errors (they are random and unfortunately is because I am using a free trial and OpenAI api is returning the query with some timeouts) 😔

https://rediskets.netlify.app/

This really represents me after I deployed my code !

AI for Testing: Beyond Functional Automation webinar

Hello guys, I joined a webinar some months ago (15/07/2020) about AI for Testing: Beyond Functional Automation by Tariq King which was really interesting ! I know how it’s hard to keep up with all the online events now, so I always try to keep the recording of the ones that I couldn’t join and are interesting to listen to when I have time.

So thought about sharing with you as well in case you missed. You will learn about reinforcing learning by giving scores to the right actions and about training bots to recognize good and bad designs with examples. This allows the framework to be more robust when searching for a particular query or asserting the scenarios:

 

Here it is the link to the recording:

Thanks Tariq King !

Using Artificial Intelligence to Speed up your Test Automation

Hey guys, today I am going to share with you this awesome webinar that I watched last weekend ! I suggest to follow IIST as they are always sharing good webinars about test.