The InvalidModuleDescriptorException usually occurs when you are trying to read a malformed module descriptor or otherwise cannot be interpreted as a module descriptor. It usually indicates that there are issues with the java project/Java package/Java class within a java package.
Try installing the latest version of JDK 8u222 and execute tests also check the selenium version/chrome driver which is compatible with it.
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