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Can an AI (ChatGPT) tool write Test Automation scripts?

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In the video below, I will be utilizing ChatGPT, to assist me in building test automation scripts using the Cypress framework. I will ask the chatbot five questions, each of which will become progressively more challenging in order to test its knowledge and capabilities.

ChatGPT is a chatbot developed by OpenAI that utilizes a highly trained language model to interact with users in a natural, conversational manner. This text-based artificial intelligence tool has gained significant popularity in the tech industry for its ability to provide comprehensive answers to a wide range of questions, but it particularly excels at generating coding solutions on the fly.


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