Martin Monperrus presents "Creating an Artificial Software Developer"

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The Microsoft Reactor London

70 Wilson Street · London

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Microsoft Reactor London 70 Wilson Street

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Martin Monperrus presents: "Creating an Artificial Software Developer" based on his ongoing research in the field at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (

Preparatory reading


This talk describes research in AI assisted software development, and the vision of bots who help software engineers with for all sorts of tasks. In particular, they are doing automated bug fixing. It's a talk based on recent software engineering research, with a pinch of AI, and also some wider speculations about bots. The talk is based on a series of papers from different research groups.

The Speaker

Martin Monperrus is Professor of Software Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. His current research contributes to answering to two fundamental questions: How to automatically repair software? How to automatically harden software? Martin's research is founded on open-science and open-innovation.


Microsoft Reactor London
70 Wilson Street

The nearest tube station is Moorgate, Old Street, Liverpool St. With the schedule:

• 6.30pm: pizza and drinks
• 7:00pm: presentation starts
• 8:00pm: presentation end

Meetup are captured on video and uploaded on the PWL London Youtube channel