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Feb 26, 2018 - 2 minute read - In The News

Software Testing News - 19th Feb 2018 - 25th Feb 2018 -

Software Testing Related News Stories found online 19th Feb 2018 - 25th Feb 2018

  • Paccar, an American truck manufacturer, are reported to be recalling almost 1900 diesel trucks because of a software problem. Source: Trucks.com http://bit.ly/2sRkfYg
  • Tesla Model 3 customers have reportedly created a checklist of Quality checks for new owners to perform when they take delivery of their car: http://bit.ly/2ClfVV5 Source: SeekingAlpha.com http://bit.ly/2FxPIl8 and TheRecord.com http://bit.ly/2osIwzh
  • Toyota are apparently recalling over 8000 Sequoia and Tundra trucks in Canada due to a software problem - Source: Driving.ca http://bit.ly/2GJKx0J
  • Can you use AI to Identify Potential Software Engineers? - Source: Nanalyze.com http://bit.ly/2FtXXOZ

Some Software Testing News : Feb 19th - 26th 2018

Paccar

Paccar, an American truck manufacturer, are reportedly going to recall almost 1900 diesel trucks because of a software problem. The defect causes the truck software to display the incorrect gear that the truck is in. The truck may report itself in drive or reverse but is actually in neutral.

Paccar has apparently had to recall trucks earlier this year due to transmission software defects.

Source: Trucks.com http://bit.ly/2sRkfYg

Tesla

Tesla Model 3 customers have seemingly created a checklist of Quality checks for new owners to perform when they take delivery of their car: http://bit.ly/2ClfVV5

Source: SeekingAlpha.com http://bit.ly/2FxPIl8 and TheRecord.com http://bit.ly/2osIwzh

Toyota

Toyota are reported to be recalling over 8000 Sequoia and Tundra trucks in Canada due to the Vehicle Stability Control System potentially turning itself off which can increase the risk of a crash.

Source: Driving.ca http://bit.ly/2GJKx0J

AI for Hiring

Can you use AI to Identify Potential Software Engineers? Is this the future of hiring? A startup called Catalyte.io has received $38.7 million in funding to use AI to “discover high-performing talent”. Perhaps the future of AI isn’t taking jobs away from people, but helping them find new jobs?

Source: Nanalyze.com http://bit.ly/2FtXXOZ

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