Biologicial computing encompasses a continuum of applications, from single objective biological computing (e.g. a biosensing cell or optimizing the yield in bio-manufacturing) to general purpose computing.
If we wanted a digital computer to display “Hello World”, we could arrange 1s and 0s exactly as shown in its executable memory:
01001000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111 00100001
or we could simply compile the code segment, ‘printf (“Hello World”);’
BioFi’s core technology will enable biological computer programmers to now express algorithms and computational instructions in familiar terms that are common in most source coding languages, e.g. – C, C++, JAVA.
This is possible because of our proven ability to design and grow intended biological outcomes. This important capability is realized through our existing technologies supporting the emulation of living system development, beginning with the first cell.
Much like the digital computer compiler, our ” BioKompiler™ ” will similarly convert familiar source code, ultimately into a biologically living organism capable of receiving and displaying algorithmic and/or computational information.
The diagram outlines the BioKompiler™ ‘s major steps, from a problem requiring the power of a super computer, to its realization on a familiar and human level.
At the end of the day, this ground breaking string of technologies will bring the incredible power of DNA based biological super computing into the hands of more scientists and engineers than ever before; and at costs that are orders of magnitude lower than current levels.