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The Semantic Web is a vision of information that is understandable by computers. Although there is great exploitable potential, we are still in "Generation Zero'' of the Semantic Web, since there are few real-world compelling applications. The heterogeneity, the volume of data and the lack of standards are problems that could be addressed through some nature inspired methods. The paper presents the most important aspects of the Semantic Web, as well as its biggest issues; it then describes some methods inspired from nature - genetic algorithms, artificial neural networks, swarm intelligence, and the way these techniques can be used to deal with Semantic Web problems.