web 3.0 and web 3.0 business

web 3.0 and web 3.0 business

In general, Web 3.0 is associated to a new stage to add meaning to the web, and therefore agreed with Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, called Semantic Web.

Not yet incorporated the change in attitude, which as noted by Christian Van Der Henst S. Web 2.0 means, when we talk about Web 3.0, as an imminent reality that promises to transform not only our web experience, but our everyday life.

What is Web 3.0?
While, in general, is associated to the term Semantic Web was coined by Tim Berners-Lee, it is narrow, it is worth the paradox that there is no full consensus about what Web 3.0 means. Although it is agreed that this step will add meaning to the web, there is no agreement on which roads are most appropriate for their development.

José Antonio del Moral, director general of the consulting firm Partnership, in his article on Web 3.0 ¿future fact or fiction? , Describes the term Web 3.0 ‘abstract’. For his part, Salvador Perez Crespo of Telefónica of Spain, believes that Web 3.0 will be a revolution if there is an effective combination between the inclusion of semantic content on the websites and the use of artificial intelligence to take advantage of it.

However, since the progress of this discipline are too slow and cumbersome, believe the solution could be the combination of artificial intelligence techniques to access the human ability to perform extremely complex for a computer. As it is doing: Amazon Mechanical Turk and Google Image Labeler.

In any case, increased interactivity and mobility are two factors that many identified as critical in this new phase of the website.

Is it synonymous with the Semantic Web Web 3.0?
From the above it is not clear, although sometimes these terms are used as such. Perhaps the main difference is that Web 3.0 is conceived as a stage to be reached more or less time, while the Semantic Web is an evolving process in permanent construction.

In that sense, says Berners-Lee, already immersed in it. We assume that, as designed, therefore transcend the concept of Web 3.0, as their successors.

Ideas about the definition of Web 3.0
Basically, they have to do with the developments and ongoing projects, which tend to a growing and more efficient incorporation of the web everyday. It speaks well of concepts such as: 3D Web, Web multimedia and Web-centered learning.

Moreover, closely related to the emerging Semantic Web microforms, as Pérez Crespo said, are a more pragmatic approach to it, and try to be useful in the shorter term.

What is the Semantic Web?
No one better than Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, to answer this question. The name of the Semantic Web goes back to 2001, when Scientific American introduced in the famous case of Lucy.

However, in an interview published by BusinessWeek, in April this year, said that perhaps should have called the Web of data, since the word semantics is used to mean different things.

What is the Web of data and what it can be used?

Basically, the idea relates to a site able to interconnect a larger number of data, enabling a breakthrough in the field of knowledge.

In this regard, Berners-Lee stresses that would result from this transformation in the field of genetic research and drug treatment of hitherto incurable diseases. Properly designed, the Semantic Web can assist the evolution of human knowledge in its entirety.
The future of the current Web

In an interview with Andrew Updegrove and published in the Consortium Standards Bulletin web’s father believes that the Semantic Web is more an evolution than a revolution on the Web today.

At that time, was satisfied with the reception it had in the area of life sciences and health care and added that, unlike the Web documents (Web 1.0), which had a exponential growth very stiff, this new phase depends largely on the small communities that have understood the paradigm and the attention that has earned him the media.

When and how this model could be implemented?

In an article published in the online edition of ERCIM, in October 2002, Berners-Tim Berners-Lee and Eric Miller anticipated that the Web reach its full potential when they become an environment where the data could be shared and processed by the tools automated, as well as for people.

This would be achieved from the definition of standards: uniform resource identifiers (URIs), the basis of the Semantic Web, the Extensible Markup Language (XML) syntax for the same foundation and framework for the description of the resource (RDF).

In February 2004, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published recommendations for RDF and Web Ontology Language (OWL), the latter describes the role and relationship of each component of the Semantic Web.

You can specify classes, properties and states of something. These standards form the basis of syntactic semantic web, already being adopted by some companies in their latest projects.

What are the difficulties of generalization?
As for the criticism and resistance from the semantic model offers, Berners-Lee agreed that the syntax RDF / XML, used by itself, is not very easy to read.

However, says this should not be a complication as these systems write data, the semantic encoding can be fully automated. It should be noted that as with the adoption of Web 2.0, development and implementation of Web 3.0, will be largely a matter of attitude.

The challenges facing the new model
Set standards that are the basis of the new syntactic web, Berners-Lee believes that the new challenges in the evolution of the same shall be treated in terms of usability and accessibility.

While the key point of the Semantic Web is, as expressed in its potential for new data applications on the web. In other words, the ability to generate more accurate search and “smart.”

What will the future of search engines?
Some believe that the implementation of the new website will be the end of major search engines. According to Nicholas Carr, the Web 3.0 “become obsolete in today’s browsers.” However, Berners-Lee said that this is not the case.

The fact that they add something, clarifies, does not mean you’re replacing, the existence of data does not threaten the documents. Similarly, search engines can evolve and be compatible semantic Web, in which users require such support.

Does no data on the semantic metadata of the documents present?
In May 2001, Tim Berners-Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ora Lassila noted in a report published in Scientific American, the Semantic Web was not a separate Web but an extension of the existing and the first steps in weaving the Semantic Web in the structure of the Web, already in progress.

On the other hand, explained that the challenge of the Semantic Web was to provide a language, expressing the data and rules for reasoning about these data, and allow the rules of any system of knowledge, are exported on the Web.

The Social Web
In the 5th. International Conference on the Semantic Web, held in November 2006, Tom Gruber said in his presentation that there is a popular misconception that tends to view the Web and the Semantic Web as Social Worlds with two opposing ideologies and alternatives on how it should be web.

Considered that this was absurd, and it was time to embrace a unified idea, subscribe to the vision of Semantic Web as a substrate for collective intelligence.

In this regard, José Antonio del Moral says that Web 3.0 would be a unification of the social communities, to ensure that the user has a single identity on the internet.

What are the impediments to the use of the semantic model in the short term be extended? Are there alternatives to that model?

Beyond the optimism expressed by Berners-Lee, Semantic Web, as described in his doctoral thesis, María Jesús Lamarca – will certainly improve the accessibility of information, but the problem is that it requires a complete reanotación the web.

For that reason, he adds, other researchers have taken a different path to implement the Semantic Web. Instead of using standards and Reformatting sites being built to enable new players to better understand the web as it is today.

Web pages already have semantic information, so they do is understood that agents such as humans. They are not making the pages easier to read, but the most intelligent.

What are they and how come these intelligent agents?
Pérez Crespo said that these intelligent agents, called microformats arise against the traditional Semantic Web, a product of the work of the developer community Technorati.

Its aim is to standardize a set of formats in which to store knowledge. Considers that, in the short term, microformats are the winners.

What is Web 3D?
It is called so, to what many see as an extension of virtual worlds, similar to the famous Second Life or There.com is believed that in future the web is a great alternative to the real world, where you can travel the planet to through it without leaving your desktop.

The experience would be similar to the current Google Earth. Companies like Google and Microsoft are working on such projects.

The Web-centered multimedia
It refers to a website that offers not only searches based on metadata, but because of similarities in the media.

The web mediocéntrica “is a website focused on multimedia, where you can search by likeness, image, music and videos, just to show the browser environment. Among the companies that are working on these projects are Ojos and Polar Rose.

What is the permanent site?
Also called ubiquitous or pervasive Web is a web site that is everywhere, not only on the PC or cell phone, but in clothing, jewelry, cars, etc..

It is a concept that has spread from the passage of the PC to mobile phones and PDAs. According to an article published in the wiki Wadooa, the MIT Media Lab, is already working on these ideas through the creation of bathroom mirrors and windows of houses connected to the internet.

Resistance to these developments and questions from the Web
According to Pérez Crespo, pessimists argue that the degree of complexity that is required is not reached, because there is a strong reaction from those who now have the information, which does not want to share or because such phenomena as the “semantic spam” will make little use.

For its part, Ricardo Baeza-Yates, director of Yahoo Research Barcelona, in the article on Web 3.0: Web intelligence made, believes the Semantic Web can not ever exist because it could only happen when people and institutions use the same semantic standards and are reliable. Something that feels almost impossible.

Undoubtedly, there strong opposition from privacy advocates and may at some point it is more vulnerable, however, it is assumed that, in parallel, develop the necessary mechanisms to protect it.

Ongoing projects that anticipate the model of Web 3.0
Within the current officer, focused on creating standards and reformatting pages, some companies such as HP and Yahoo are already implementing new languages.

The examples cited are the RadarNetworks company, which seeks to exploit the contents provided by users in social networks and the KnowItAll project, developed at the University of Washington and funded by Google, which seeks to obtain and add information to product users .

Structures can be found in the semantic web tool spatial database Oracle. Companies such as Powerset and TextDigger have worked on semantic web search engine based on open source academic project WordNet.

Moreover, within the alternating current, employed in the construction of intelligent agents, the project had earlier been to BlueOrganizer of AdaptativeBlue.

Currently in development, Parakey is an open source project, led by Blake Ross, one of the developers of Firefox. The idea is to unify the desktop and the web, from the creation of a web operating system.

How characterizes and distinguishes the Web 3.0 from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
Developer Uruguayan
Andres Richero, with the following schedule:

Web 1.0 – people connected to the Web
Web 2.0 – People connecting to people – social networks, wikis, collaboration, possibility of sharing.
Web 3.0 – Web Applications connecting to web applications to enrich the experience of people, adds to this: state of consciousness in the context of Geospatial Web, browser independence and building the Semantic Web.
On the latter point, it should be noted that although different factors are combined in the Web 3.0 for the semantización the web, as this is a process, it is not exclusive to it. Therefore, it is perhaps more appropriate to conceive the construction of the Semantic Web, outside and above these levels or stages.

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