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Academic’s Perspective on the Vision About the Technology Trends in the Next 5–10 Years

Academic’s Perspective on the Vision About the Technology Trends in the Next 5–10 Years
Academic’s Perspective on the Vision About the Technology Trends in the Next 5–10 Years
There is no doubt that digitisation is taking over and that more and more processes are becoming digital in both the home and the workplace. However, as discussed in Understanding and Defining the Chemical Laboratory’s Requirements: Approach and Scope of Digitisation needed: Stages of Digitisation Section of this book, creating a fully digitised lab environment does have several significant issues, and there are several solid barriers to adoption surrounding the use of technology to capture scientific research in the laboratory that still remain prevalent. We need to revolutionise our laboratory environments, and with the advent of new hardware and software technologies that are rapidly becoming (or are already) available at reasonable costs, there could be a significant change coming to the laboratory as we know it.
voice, hybrid technologies, lab of the future, smart labs, smart assistants, IoT, AI, Semantics, robotics, ELNs
Wiley
Kanza, Samantha
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Zupancic, Klemen
Pavlek, Tea
Erjavec, Jana
Kanza, Samantha
b73bcf34-3ff8-4691-bd09-aa657dcff420
Zupancic, Klemen
Pavlek, Tea
Erjavec, Jana

Kanza, Samantha (2021) Academic’s Perspective on the Vision About the Technology Trends in the Next 5–10 Years. In, Zupancic, Klemen, Pavlek, Tea and Erjavec, Jana (eds.) Digital Transformation of the Laboratory: A Practical Guide to the Connected Lab. Online. Wiley. (doi:10.1002/9783527825042.ch22).

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There is no doubt that digitisation is taking over and that more and more processes are becoming digital in both the home and the workplace. However, as discussed in Understanding and Defining the Chemical Laboratory’s Requirements: Approach and Scope of Digitisation needed: Stages of Digitisation Section of this book, creating a fully digitised lab environment does have several significant issues, and there are several solid barriers to adoption surrounding the use of technology to capture scientific research in the laboratory that still remain prevalent. We need to revolutionise our laboratory environments, and with the advent of new hardware and software technologies that are rapidly becoming (or are already) available at reasonable costs, there could be a significant change coming to the laboratory as we know it.

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Published date: 11 June 2021
Additional Information: Dr Samantha Kanza is an Enterprise Fellow at the University of Southampton. She completed her MEng in Computer Science at the University of Southampton and then worked for BAE Systems Applied Intelligence for a year before returning to do an iPhD in Web Science (in Computer Science and Chemistry), which focused on Semantic Tagging of Scientific Documents and Electronic Lab Notebooks. She was awarded her PhD in April 2018. Samantha works in the interdisciplinary research area of applying computer science techniques to the scientific domain, specifically through the use of semantic web technologies and artificial intelligence. Her research includes looking at electronic lab notebooks and smart laboratories, to improve the digitization and knowledge management of the scientific record using semantic web technologies; and using IoT devices in the laboratory. She has also worked on a number of interdisciplinary Semantic Web projects in different domains, including agriculture, chemistry and the social sciences.
Keywords: voice, hybrid technologies, lab of the future, smart labs, smart assistants, IoT, AI, Semantics, robotics, ELNs

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Local EPrints ID: 450895
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/450895
PURE UUID: 60d5d6a6-0a46-4c19-95e4-f043fe9d8ae6
ORCID for Samantha Kanza: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4831-9489

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Date deposited: 19 Aug 2021 16:30
Last modified: 20 Aug 2021 01:55

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Author: Samantha Kanza ORCID iD
Editor: Klemen Zupancic
Editor: Tea Pavlek
Editor: Jana Erjavec

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