The technological Singularity is the moment beyond which "technological progress will become incomprehensibly rapid and complicated .” Hmmm. That sounds like bioinformatics.
Surviving the Singularity requires reducing complexity. This was the topic of a recent three-day Cyverse Container Camp hosted at the University of Arizona, Tucson AZ. I attended the camp as part of Digital World Biology's effort to design the advanced bioinformatics portion of Shoreline Community College's Immuno-biotechnology certificate . From what I learned, containers will have a significant role in bioinformatics computing and teaching data science in biology.
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