Web3 0 The Semantic Web

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Web3 0 The Semantic Web

  1. 1. Web 3.0 “The Semantic Web”
  2. 2. The Web Where did it come from? 1982: The term ‘internet’ is coined 1986: Internet newsgroups are born 1989: Tim Berners-Lee and the team at CERN invent the World Wide Web 1992: First audio and video broadcasts take place 1992: WWW opened to non-commercial use 1996: Flash 1.0 1997: Steve Jobs rejoins Apple, first ‘weblog’ 1998: Google arrives 1999: Y2K panic, Blogger launched 2000: The DotCom bubble pops, Napster sued 2001: US regulators approve the merger of AOL and Time Warner
  3. 3. Who’s yo’ daddy? Accept responsibility “the World Wide Web is Berners-Lee's alone. He designed it. He unleashed it on the world. And he more than anyone else has fought to keep it open, non-proprietary and free.” Time Magazine, 1999
  4. 4. The Life of the Web It started with 1.0 Static Pages The Use of Framesets The First Browser War Online Guestbooks GIF Buttons HTML Forms Sent Via Email
  5. 5. Web 2.0 Finding the potential Technology - Access & Interact Search - Links & Directories Networks - Social & Commercial Collaboration - Wiki Content - Rich & Interactive
  6. 6. Web 2.0 So what have we done? 2000: Google launches keyword advertising 2001: Wikipedia 2002: Friendster, RSS 2.0, Xbox Live 2003: mySpace, Second Life 2004: “Web 2.0” coined, Google IPO, flickr & Gmail launch 2005: GoogleMaps, YouTube, Xbox 360 2006: Wii, Facebook goes public 2007: iPhone, Google buys Doubleclick 2008 + ???
  7. 7. So what next? Where do we go from here. . . . .
  8. 8. Web 3.0 The meaning of data Organisation Access Understanding Communication Learning
  9. 9. Sounds complicated I bet it’s very technical RDF OWL SPARQL GRDDL Microformats
  10. 10. Intelligent Data Machines talking to machines AI Reasoning Recognition Unaided Learning
  11. 11. Surely there’s more to it? Is our infrastructure fast enough? In short, no Bandwidth Medium Penetration Symmetric Data Flow De-Centralised Access
  12. 12. The Benefits What does it mean for us? Mobility Portability Accessibility
  13. 13. In other words. . . What you’re saying is? SaaS / WaaS High Def Online Video Rich Internet Apps (Adobe Air) An International Web Virtual Reality Personalisation
  14. 14. So what does the future hold? Is it a scary place. . . . Super High-Speed Internet - The Grid Wireless Mesh Networks Universal Participation The Rise of Simplicity Total Technology Interfaces
  15. 15. It’s all about media! I’ll leave you with this Umair Haque at Havas Media Lab: "In an interconnected world, media is everywhere: it’s the stuff that plugs consumption and production together. The opportunities for value creation are greater than ever before - but we must expand our vision of what media is to be able to use them."

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