AI enabled Software Reliability
Software reliability predictions have advanced substantially since the first recorded software failure in 1962. Softrel's software reliability models are now being adapted to be artificial intelligence enabled. What this means is:
The prediction models become more intelligent over the lifecycle of the software.
AI is used to predict software reliability with a minimal "survey" assessment method by analyzing the software schedule, requirements, design, test plans, etc. Removing the "survey" can remove the wishful thinking bias that often causes accurate models to be optimistic.
Softrel, LLC is currently seeking a partner to commercially deploy AI enabled software reliability predictions.
Artificial intelligence enabled software reliability