We now have PacBio sequencers, which can produce longer reads albeit with loads of errors. Will there come a time when a class of magical sequencers will be able to correctly read the genome end to end without error? If so, then lots of hot problems like assembly, read alignment etc. will die out. What all areas of bioinformatics will remain open for bioinformaticians who work on the algorithms/programming aspect of things then? Consequently, once you have this magical sequencer, what kinds of algorithmic questions will arise anew? Or, the emergence of such a sequencer will mean that only biologists will remain, and there will be no need of any bioinformatician?