Biological computing is the use of living organisms or their components, such as enzymes, bacteria, viruses, and cells, to solve computational problems. This type of computing is often referred to as “wet” computing because living organisms and their components are used in the computation process. Biological computing is an emerging field of study, and it has the potential to revolutionize the computing landscape. Biological computing seeks to leverage the power of living organisms to create more efficient, powerful, and robust computing solutions. Biological computing has applications in areas such as drug discovery, gene sequencing, and artificial intelligence.