A training program on the development, deployment and servicing of artificial intelligenece-based
SEMLA 2021 is coming
June 1st - June 30th, 2021
Given the current pandemic situation, we have decided to run Webinars
this year instead of our traditional event. We are planning to have 2
Webinars per week over a period of 3 weeks in June.
HR powered by AI
January 27, 2021
By Amanda Arciero, Airudi and Foutse Khomh, Polytechnique Montreal
AI and Digital Systems
February 16th - 19th, 2021
Discover the technologies and initiatives to concretize AI and Digital systems of tomorrow with Arnaud Van de Voorde (CAE), Foutse Khomh (Polytechnique Montreal), Caroline Gorski (R2 Data Labs), and (Jean-Paul Isson SITA).
Reuse of code as an example: an article raises vulnerability issues in commercial applications
An article by Verdi et al. reveals the introduction of vulnerabilities in
commercial applications, through the reuse of snippets of C++ code provided as examples on the
Stack Overflow question and answer site. The study has raised awareness within the programming community.
How to Certify Machine Learning Based Safety-critical Systems? A Systematic Literature Review
Tambon et al. reviewed the literature on the requirements of certifying transportation systems with machine learning components, the existing standards for these systems, the current state-of-the-art techniques and practices towards the certification goal, and the limitations of these techniques.
On the Co-evolution of ML Pipelines and Source Code - Empirical Study of DVC Projects
Barrak et al. studied the technology used to version machine learning models and data sets in terms of the amount of effort required to keep models and data in sync with the source code and test suite of a software system.
An Exploratory Study on Machine Learning Model Stores
Xiu et al. analyze the machine learning model store mechanism used to distribute machine learning models to prospective users. The paper compares these novel stores to the better-known mobile app stores.
Research Projects Highlights
Dependable, Certifiable, Explainable Artificial Intelligence for Critical Systems
The DEEL Project involves academic and industrial partners in the development of dependable, robust, explainable and certifiable artificial intelligence technological bricks applied to critical systems.
A Trainin program on the development, deployment and servicing of artificial intelligence-based software systems.
This program components focus on Academic, Technical and professional skills.
The Software Engineering for Machine Learning Applications (SEMLA)
international symposium aims at bringing together leading researchers
and practitioners in software engineering and machine learning to reflect
on and discuss the challenges and implications of engineering complex
data-intensive software systems.