Realities and fantasies of Web 3.0

14 Nov

In November 2006 , John Markoff wrote in the New York Times , using the term Web 3.0 , saying that she would find Web3.0new ways of mining human intelligence : ” From the billions of documents that form the World Wide Web (WWW) and the links that bind them, computer scientists and a growing group of new businesses … ” (see New York Times).

Definitions vary enough from those who think the customization features to the Semantic Web and barrel , from costumes like Conrad Wolfram thinks that Web 3.0 will be the place where ” the computer will generate new information ” , even pessimistic as Andrew Keen ( the Cult of the Amateur) you see in Web 3.0 a return to experts and authorities , calling it ” unrealisable abstraction ” , the idea of ​​connecting and organizing information on the Web

Consider a text actually founding text of James Handler , published in IEEE Computer January 2009 : ” Web 3.0 emerging ” on to explain that after countless laps around the Semantic Web technology has finally found that can help her accomplish – themselves.

The article explains the technology integrated into the emerging Semantic Web are already starting to produce results, from basic applications using RDF description ( in the description of resources, link data from multiple Web sites using a standard language SQL , the SPARQL query that RDF to connections that are ready in XML or OWL ontologies .

Far from being utopian , so the scenario of the Semantic Web is now real and results .



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