Title: Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering (AI4SE and SE4AI)
As software products become pervasive in all areas of our society, building high-quality software in a productive manner becomes crucial to the software industry. The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is potentially a game changer in improving software quality, accelerating productivity and increasing project success rates. This talk will discuss how AI can provide the capabilities to assist software engineering teams in many aspects, from automating routine tasks to providing project analytics and actionable recommendations, and even making decisions (AI for Software Engineering). This talk will also explore some of the new challenges for software engineering in developing large scale AI-based systems (Software Engineering for AI).
9:30 Wednesday January 8, 2020. Room F207.
Hoa Khanh Dam is Associate Professor in the School of Computing and Information Technology, University of Wollongong (UOW) in Australia. He is Associate Director for the Decision System Lab at UOW, heading its Software Analytics research program. His research interests lie primarily in the intersection of Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence (AI). He develops AI solutions for project managers, software engineers, QA and security teams to improve software quality/cybersecurity and accelerate productivity. His research also focuses on methodologies and techniques for engineering autonomous AI multi-agent systems. More details of his work can be found at https://www.uow.edu.au/~hoa/