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  • Web 3.0 eConnection to Artificial Intelligence Presented by Ken Sears, University of Texas
  • Web 3.0
    • What is it ?
  • What is Web 3.0 ?
    • The changes we are seeing now may prove to be the most significant and the largest change to the traditional software industry, ever!
    • Web 3.0 is about replacing existing software platforms with a new generation of platforms as a service.
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  • Let’s Explore the Trends
    • Expansion of SaaS (Without Limits)
    • The Semantic Web (The Data Web)
    • 3D Spaces (Now for Business)
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  • Trends - Client Server to SaaS
    • 10 years coming - Client-Server to SaaS
    • Multi-tenant internet Super Applications
    • Super Apps utilized by the enterprise
    • Web-based apps have generated two massive changes
  • What is Web 3.0 ?
    • To place Web 3.0 in perspective we must first look at Web 1.0 and Web 2.0
  • Web 1.0 Powerful Applications
    • News, music and everything else is moved to digital
    • Web sites become super applications
    • Ease of use, scale, and a huge level of functionality.
    • Knowledge and transactions of goods became instant
    • Global markets now at the command of individual consumers and businesses
  • Web 2.0
    • Social Networking - Anyone can participate in the content creation
    • User-generated content, collaboration, & community
    • Content isn’t fixed publication—it changes daily
    • More companies enter the emerging SaaS
    • YouTube, Flickr, Blogspot, MySpace, FaceBook
  • Web 2.0 - Mashups
    • Development and utilization of web services
    • Most sites you visit have a web service running in the background
    • These services allow you to integrate data between sites through API’s such as you see on Flickr and Amazon
    • A web application combines data from more than one source into a single integrated tool; an example is the use of cartographic data from Google Maps to add location information to real-estate data, thereby creating a new and distinct web service that was not originally provided by either source
  • In-House Barriers Push W3.0
    • Building massively scalable data centers that are secure, reliable, and highly available is very complex and vary expensive.
    • Traditional client-server software development is still a painful and complex process
    • Deployment of applications is still difficult and the cost of maintenance is expensive
  • Web 3.0 Redefined
    • Web 3.0 is the integration of data on the internet
    • (Web 1.0) - Data is online + Super Apps
    • (Web 2.0) - Sites share via API’s and social networks
    • (Web 3.0) – Plugs into this massive amount of data we have made available on the web
    • We need to view the internet as a platform
  • Web 3.0 as a Platform
    • We will see data being integrated and applying it into innovative ways that were never possible before
    • Imagine The new shopping experience
    • Imagine The new travel experience
    • Major web sites will be transformed into web services
    • Major web sites will expose information to the world.
  • Web 3.0 Open Data
    • The new reality
    • ... open data is a competitive advantage
    • Stop worrying about protecting information !!!!!
    • Instead start charging for it, by offering an API
    • … For a small fee for each API call
  • Web 3.0 – Software Development
    • Big changes to the traditional software industry
    • Anyone can innovate, anywhere
    • Code is written, collaborated on, debugged, tested, deployed, and run in the cloud
  • Web 3.0 – Software Development
    • SaaS apps can be developed, deployed, and evolved far more quickly and cost-effectively than traditional software of the client-server era
    • CIOs finally break through the innovation backlog created by the cost and complexity of maintaining client-server apps
  • Web 3.0 Global Development
    • All you need to create an application is an idea, others can then add their talent
    • Every developer around the world can access the same powerful cloud infrastructures
    • Because code lives in the cloud, global talent pools can contribute to it
    • Because it runs in the cloud, a truly global market can subscribe to it as a service
  • Development in the Cloud
    • No need to purchase application servers and a small army to fine tune and maintain them
    • Software developers won’t have to build a security and sharing model. The cloud provides these items
    • Ease of deployment, and depth of functionality
    • More time given to functionality and meeting client needs
  • Web 3.0 as the Semantic Web
    • The Semantic Web - coined by Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the (first) World Wide Web
    • A place where machines can read Web pages much as we humans read them
    • A place where search engines and software agents can better troll the Net and find what we're looking for
    • Web as a universal medium for data , information , and knowledge exchange
  • Web 3.0 The “Data Web”
    • The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a family of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specifications, originally designed as a metadata data model is now accepted as a general method of modeling information through a variety of syntax formats.
    • The RDF data model is based upon the idea of making statements about resource Web resources in the form of subject-predicate-object expressions, called ''triples'' in RDF terminology
  • The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
    • Is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web
    • Full-time staff for the purpose of working together in the development of standards for the World Wide Web
    • The W3C has 434 members
    • W3C also engages in education and outreach, develops software and serves as an open forum for discussion about the Web
  • The Resource Description Framework (RDF)
    • A general method of modeling information through a variety of syntax formats
    • Formatted as subject-predicate-object expressions
    • The subject denotes the resource
    • The predicate denotes trait or aspects of the resource and expresses a relationship between the subject and the object
  • The RDF Format - Example
    • "The sky has the color blue"
    • RDF Triples
    • [The sky] [ has the color] [ blue]
    • [[Subject (grammar)|subject]] denoting "the sky“
    • [[Predicate (grammar)|predicate]] denoting "has the color“
    • [[Object (grammar)|object]] denoting "blue"
  • SPARQL - Searching RDF Data
    • A standardized query language and API for searching across distributed RDF databases on the Web
    • The full Semantic Web will widen the scope of data
    • Both structured data and unstructured content (such as Web pages, documents, etc.) will be accessible
  • Web 3.0 Artificial Intelligence
    • An extension of the Semantic web concept
    • Academic research is being conducted to develop software for reasoning, based on description logic and intelligent agents, for example, the ''World Wide Mind'' project
    • Companies such as IBM and Google are implementing new technologies that are yielding surprising information
  • Web 3.0 and 3D Spaces
    • Another possible path for Web 3.0 is towards the 3 dimensional vision championed by the Web3D Consortium
    • Taking the concept realized by Second Life further
    • Cyber Business meetings and virtual tours
    • Grocery shopping in a 3D spaces with delivery
  • Web 3.0 Conclusion
    • It is not a question of if web sites become web services, but when and how
    • Companies will expose more and more data for profit
    • Intelligent agents will be more powerful than ever before
    • Industry will move more Information Systems infrastructure into the Cloud
    • Applications of the future will be pieced together in a home-grown fashion from the End-User
  • Thank You !! Ken Sears Contact Information
    • Ken Sears
    • University of Texas at Arlington
    • PO Box 19437
    • 701 S. West Street
    • Business Building, Room 512
    • Arlington, Texas 76019
    • Telephone: (817)272-3521
    • Fax: (817)272-5801
    • Email: [email_address]