Using Apple Siri To Orchestrate Experiments On The Cloud

 

Talk to your experiments (and the cloud!)

BioTeam has had this cooking in the lab for a while now but now we can discuss it publicly! We’ve been working with our partners Accelrys and BT to demonstrate what we think is a really cool concept – using Apple Siri on iOS devices to interact directly with a cloud platform (BT Compute) and scientific analysis software (Accelrys Pipeline Pilot).

The screencast above shows a real (not faked) example of the prototype system we’ve been working on. For the screencast we’ve merged two separate screens — the iOS iPhone screen as well as the Pipeline Pilot console so people can see what is happening on both sides.

Drop us a line at info@bioteam.net, visit our booth at BioITWorld’12 or leave a comment if you like.

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Chris is an infrastructure geek specializing in the applied use of IT to enable and enhance scientific research in life science informatics environments.

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  1. Bill Van Etten says:

    I don’t believe this is either a mobile computing solution nor a universal access solution, but rather a paradigm shift in user interface. I predict, for at least some computing use cases, the transition from touch to voice will be as rapid as we observed from point and click to touch.

    Bill

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