This talk introduces the concepts of web 3.0 technology and how they relate to related technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), Grid Computing and the Semantic Web:
• A short history of web technologies:
o Web 1.0: Publishing static information with links for human consumption.
o Web 2.0: Publishing dynamic information created by users, for human consumption.
o Web 3.0: Publishing all kinds of information with links between data items, for machine consumption.
• Standardization of protocols for description of any type of data (RDF, N3, Turtle).
• Standardization of protocols for the consumption of data in “the grid” (SPARQL).
• Standardization of protocols for rules (RIF).
• Comparison with the evolution of technologies related to data bases.
• Comparison of IoT solutions based on web 2.0 and web 3.0 technologies.
• Distributed solutions vs centralized solutions..
• Extensions of Peer-to-peer protocols (XMPP).
• Advantages of solutions based on web 3.0 and standards (IETF, XSF).
Duration of talk: 1-2 hours with questions.