Keynote: Assisted Requirements Engineering - What will remain in the Hands of the Future Requirements Engineer?
Author: Henning Femmer
Requirements engineering today is widely considered one of the most difficult and risky activities in software and systems engineering. With a daily evolving field of natural language processing (NLP), the question is: Which tasks will - independent from any technological and methodological advancements - stay in the hands of the requirements engineer and which tasks will be automated? This talk will take a biased look into the crystal ball. Based on analogies from programming and autonomous driving, and based on an analysis of the abilities of NLP and text analytics, I present a biased and speculative vision of the life of a future requirements engineer.
Company: Fachhochschule Südwestfalen
Talk language: English