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Bachelor thesis 15 HP: AI writing software – comparing strengths and weaknesses of at least two AI models

Linköping, Sweden
Closing date: 24 March 2024

Your role


AI models such as ChatGPT from Open AI or Gemini from Google are now presented as capable of writing software solving complex problems in e.g. coding competitions. The possibilities seems to be endless, and might change the software industry at large in many ways. Enthusiasts as well as professionals are now evaluating the capabilities of ChatGPT, Gemini and other AI models. However, experiences from AI models solving problems from coding competitions or other small experiments does not tell us how AI models can write software integrated in a large-scale and complex software system, developed by hundreds or thousands of engineers.

Description of the Bachelor Thesis

This Bachelor Thesis aims at evaluating how AI models can write software for different types of software components in a large-scale and complex software system, such as components handling system functions with different levels of complexity, state machines, or real-time aspects. The study shall demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of at least two AI models, with regards to their capabilities in writing different types of software components, e.g. a software component including a math library, a software component for monitoring and control of a hardware system, or a software component for data transfer from external media.

Your profile

This Bachelor Thesis is suitable for one or two students, with interest in software development. You are at the end of your Bachelor of Science in e.g. Computer Engineering and about to start your Bachelor Thesis work for 180 HP.

This position requires that you pass a security vetting based on the current regulations around/of security protection. For positions requiring security clearance additional obligations on citizenship may apply.

What you will be a part of:

The Aircraft Simulation is a part of Development Simulator area and is responsible for developing and supplying a realistic simulation of the JAS 39 Gripen that is used for both development of the aircraft and for pilot training purposes. We are building for the future of our products through teamwork, innovation and close cooperation with our stakeholders.

Last application day


Contact information

Amir Mustic, Manager Aircraft Simulation

Torvald MÃ¥rtensson, Thesis Supervisor

Saab is a company with a strong people-orientation. We offer a friendly work environment where we support and help each other to be at our best. Continuous learning, career & talent development and employee well-being are examples of areas where we always put the strongest effort to offer great opportunities.