Human Computing in the Life Sciences: What does the future hold?

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Fikkert, F.W. (2007) Human Computing in the Life Sciences: What does the future hold? I/O Vivat, 22 (2). pp. 25-27. ISSN 1389-0468

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Abstract:In future computing environments you will be surrounded and supported by all kinds of technologies. Characteristic is that you can interact with them in a natural way: you can speak to, point at, or even frown about some piece of presented information: the environment understands your intent. Natural interaction approaches will improve the way we work in general. However, it is still far from applicable in everyday life. True automated understanding can only come from context. The BioRange project at the Human Media Interaction (HMI) group addresses such natural interfaces from the viewpoint of scientific experiments in the molecular biology domain.
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