Writing clear, unambiguous requirements in natural (spoken) language has never been easy. In the context of requirements definition, the inherent imprecisions and ambiguities of natural language can frustrate even the best of writers. Since at least the 1970s – long before the term ‘requirements engineering’ came into general use – engineers have sought ways to overcome the weaknesses of natural language as a medium for requirement specification.
QRA Corp CEO Announced as Inaugural Member of Government of Canada’s New Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence
QRA Corp CEO, Jordan Kyriakidis, will advise on how to build on Canada’s strength in artificial intelligence in a way that reflects Canadian values
We are proud to announce that QRA Corp CEO & Co-founder, Jordan Kyriakidis, is nominated for a 2019 Manning Innovation Award. He is being recognized for his work on QVscribe, making him one of four nominees for the Atlantic Region.
How Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems Reduced the Time and Cost to Revise Requirements by 75% or More
To reduce engineering risk, Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems (Ultra) is always looking for ways to identify and eliminate requirements errors – and to do so as early as possible.
The Directorate of Air Programmes at the Royal Canadian Air Force (D Air Prog) had realized that ambiguous and vague requirements represent a significant risk to the Department of National Defence’s (DND) procurement process.
The financial contribution from the Government of Canada will help support applications of Natural Language Processing to requirements authoring and analysis.
QRA Corp Completes Sale to Royal Canadian Air Force for Powerful New Quality Analysis Software to Improve DND Requirements Compliance & Quality
The $645k (CAD) contract is awarded under the Build In Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) to apply Natural Language Processing technology to requirements quality analysis – with the goal of substantial cost savings & on-time project development within the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND).
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The anticipated followup to our first interview by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast, our Jordan Kyriakidis deep dives into why complexity is creating such a dilemma for Project Managers.
Interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast, our CEO, Jordan Kyriakidis, explore the root causes of poorly written requirements. And more importantly… How to fix them!