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    • Web 3.0 – Where Are We Headed? Web 2.0 NYC Conference (Web20NY.com) June 14, 2007 David Teten Partner, ff Venture Capital ffventure.com blog: teten.com @dteten New York, NY info@teten.com with research assistance from Sutithi Chakraborty© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/intersectionconsulting/3469011188/
    • The Web has Come a Long Way… Parameters Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0 (Read) (Read-Write) (Read-Write- Execute) Governance Top down Bottoms up ? Communication People to Machine Machine to machine and Machine to People People to People Information Discovery Search and Browse Publish and Subscribe Info Discovers itself Information Retrieval Transactional Relationships Seeks you out Information Aggregation Portal, Commercial Micro-Aggregation Universal Tagging Aggregators Marketing, Selling Push, Contextual Conversational, Personal ? Content Control Publishers, Aggregators Content Authors Content itself Content Structure Documents, Pages Tagged Objects Information cloud Applications Closed, Proprietary Open, Standard-based ? Technology HTML, Solaris, Oracle XML, AJAX, RSS, PHP, ? MySQL, XQuery First 2 columns from: “Web 2.0 the Living Web and Putting “We” in the Web”, Bebo White, University of San Francisco) Slide 2© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • What is Web 3.0?...Possible Ideas… Semantic Web The Web as a database Intelligent Web The Web + artificial intelligence 3D Web The Web as a space Web-Enabled Space as a Web Space Image sourced from: www.agiri.org Slide 3© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • Semantic Web A Developers’ Web:  APIs (Amazon Web Services)  Mashups (Yahoo! Pipes) A website that announces a conference immediately transfers the time and date of the conference to the user’s electronic calendar. The location — address, latitude, longitude, perhaps even altitude — could be sent to the user’s GPS device, and the names and biographies of others invited could be sent to an instant messenger list. (Tim Berners-Lee, Source: International Herald Tribune, May 24, 2006) Image sourced from: www.HousingMaps.com Slide 4© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • An Intelligent Web A hotel application "understands” concepts, such as room temperature, bed comfort, and hotel price, and can distinguish between concepts, such as “great”, “almost great”, and “mostly OK” to provide useful direct answers (A Web 3.0 demonstration project, OPINE: courtesy University of Washington. Source: The New York Times, Images sourced from: PC Mag, April 14, 2007 November 12, 2006) “No keywords” Search: Searching for media with media (Examples: Like.com [image], Polar Rose [image], Pandora [music] (Source: PC Mag, April 14, 2007) Slide 5© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • Search for a Hotel in Seattle through OPINE… Source: KnowItAll, Washington University Slide 6© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • OPINE Suggests “The Sorrento” with Complete Review Summary… Source: KnowItAll, Washington University Slide 7© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • Intelligent Web: Visual Search …Like.com Image sourced from: PC Mag, April 14, 2007 Slide 8© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • The Web as a Space A 3D Web  Taking a virtual stroll through a 3D Gap store, interacting with the staff, and trying out virtual garments  Traveling to a foreign city and walking through its streets Slide 9© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • Space as a Web Read Write—Unplugged  “Easier, cheaper, and more pervasive”  Traffic information downlinked to your car GPS device via satellite  Payment of bills by phone (call a number or swipe your phone)  Uploading to your vlog wirelessly and remotely from your small video camera  Cheap 3D printers Source: http://www.zcorp.com/products/printersdetail-450.asp?ID=1 Slide 10© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • Web 3.0 Fast Movers…  IT “Movers and Shakers”: → Yahoo! and HP have invested considerably on research and adopted some Semantic Web standards → Google and Microsoft are working in the 3D Web domain  Web 3.0 Research Projects → KnowItAll (University of Washington) → Web Fountain (IBM)  Web 3.0 Startups (most are in stealth mode and/or in beta-stage) → Radar Networks (Social Search) → YapTA (Travel) → Cyc (Artificial Intelligence System) → Like.com (Visual Search) → Pandora (Music Search) → Polar Rose (Image Search) → Metaweb Technologies (Web Applications) Slide 11© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com
    • When?...and What next?  No fixed time frame in sight → Experts predict we are not as far from Web 3.0 as it might seem  Next in line – Web 4.0 → Immersion indistinguishable from reality (“The Matrix”) → The Inclusion of taste, touch and smell! → A “Learning Web” (Source: Google Blogoscoped) “Web 4.0 is the impending state at which all information converges into a great ball of benevolent self-aware light, and solves every problem from world peace to why Lost stinks this season. “ - Jeff Moriarty, Intel Slide 12© 2011 David Teten. More at ffventure.com and teten.com