Ponencia de Dave Harte: Lo que viene: concepto 3.0


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Ponencia de Dave Harte sobre Lo que viene: concepto 3.0 del día 14 de Enero del I Encuentro de Profesionales de la Comunicación 2.0 12 en Layos, Toledo.

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Ponencia de Dave Harte: Lo que viene: concepto 3.0

  1. 1. ORGANIZA
  2. 2. Web 3.0 Dave Harte Birmingham City University Birmingham, UK dave.harte@bcu.ac.uk @daveharte ORGANIZA
  3. 3. Web 3.0Open Data, the Semantic Weband the Internet of Things Dave Harte Birmingham City University Birmingham, UK dave.harte@bcu.ac.uk @daveharte ORGANIZA
  4. 4. About me
  5. 5. I LOVE DATA Según su origen… ORGANIZA
  6. 6. “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past” Thomas Jefferson 1743-1826
  7. 7. The Future Según su origen…
  8. 8. If there is a Web 3.0, what was Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
  9. 9. Long before Web 1.0Picture from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mccormacka/6568982731/
  10. 10. Just before Web 1.0Picture from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/smokey_blue/92346496/
  11. 11. Web 1.0Picture from http://www.flickr.com/photos/andrein/6371408193/
  12. 12. What was Web 1.0?• Web pages linked to each other• Static• Read-only• Slow (by today’s standard) download speeds• The first dot com bubble• A web of documents, a web of looking
  13. 13. What is Web 2.0?
  14. 14. What is Web 2.0?• Connected• Social• User-generated• Personalised• Mobile services• Blogging, networking, tagging
  15. 15. “RAW DATA NOW”
  16. 16. What is Open Data?Non-personal data (usually) held by governmentthat is available to use and re-mix by anyone.
  17. 17. Different levelsK Make your stuff available on the WebKK Make it available as structured dataKKK Use non-proprietary formatsKKKK use URIs to identify thingsKKKKK Link your data to other data
  18. 18. What use is it?Bus Stop Data + Real Time Information =
  19. 19. Using Data
  20. 20. A new digital workforceIn small companiesIn the public sectorIn bedroomsNetworkedShowing off
  21. 21. Opportunities ‘Armchair auditors’ Empowered and engaged CitizensFrom service toIP creation Digital Public Sector Companies Savings…. From IT Research procurement to Inter-disciplinary base ‘Innovation Breaks new ground Partnerships’
  22. 22. “The Semantic Web is not a separate Web butan extension of the current one, in whichinformation is given well-defined meaning,better enabling computers and people to workin cooperation”Sir Tim Berners-Lee
  23. 23. Creating a Web of DataSharing the same formatInterconnectedKKKKK Link your data to other data
  24. 24. Towards understanding context
  25. 25. What if physical objects had internet addresses?What if they were linked to each others?What if my plants could provide live data about themselvesWhat if they could use twitter?
  26. 26. “What does it all mean? When it is not only “us”but also our “Things” that can upload,download, disseminate and stream meaningfuland meaning-making stuff, how does the way inwhich we occupy the physical world becomedifferent?”Julian Bleecker 2006
  27. 27. Some final thoughtsThere isn’t a Web 3.0 but Web 2.0 is changingThere is a shift towards seeing ‘data’ as the raw material of the webThis data has opportunity for youIt will create new markets
  28. 28. “New businesses can be built on the back of thisdata: Data is an essential raw material for a widerange of new information products and serviceswhich build on new possibilities to analyse andvisualise data from different sources. Facilitatingre-use of this raw data will create jobs and thusstimulate growth.”EU Commissions Open Data Strategy – December 2011
  29. 29. Gracias por su atención Dave Harte Birmingham City University dave.harte@bcu.ac.uk @daveharte