When internet was created everything that was available online was permanent and instantiated at the same time. Space and time fundamentally change but it’s to dimension.
As seen on the previous post – Web 2.0, refers to a grouping of capabilities, technology, business models and philosophies which allows people to interact with each other in the social media with an open communication, dialogue, real time, personal participation in the life of the information, creation, sharing evolution.
Can be seen as the third decade of the web. It uses Web 2.0 technology to create higher quality content but Web 3.0 is more intelligent and takes a step towards artificial intelligence – that is the theory of creating a computer mind that can think like human.
The Web 3.0 allows connection being people, data, applications and concepts. Web 3.0 as “a different way of building applications. Applications are pieced together and are relatively small, the data is in a cloud and can run on any device, very fast and very customizable and distributed through social networks, email, etc.
The art and science of organizing and labelling websites, intranets online communities and software to support usability and fundability.
The term information architecture refers on how you show visits to your site or user’s application the content you have and the actions that they can perform.
Its unlikely for someone to have unique sites so for this reason it is important to have a clean information architecture so clients can use the site more clear, because if they can’t find what they are looking for, people will abandon the website and look for a useful one. Clear and well thought information architecture is also a big competitive advantage.
Semantic web and Internet of things
Internet is a web full of applications that communicate to each other by exchange of information.
As more people gets, more present it will became less and less invisible. No big separate computer but invisible presence in every day appliances. When moreover all these appliances start to communicate to each other through the internet this may lead to useful measure to meet our individual needs.
For the time being we are not yet dealing with all knowing inclined computer which comes close or writing computer program in which in human manner even surpass human intelligence. Converting data in useful information also known as semantic web appear quite difficult.
The web indulgence evolves into an environment which is intelligent and which will meet our wishes more often, only and automatically, your service develops data for various sources and it can be linked more easily.
Moreover with the good infrastructure this new internet services are always and everywhere available.
With the evolution of mobile, home and embedded application that will be connected to the internet, it provides for integrating greater computer capabilities and using data analytics information meaningful. Billions of devices will be connected to be the internet and soon connected devices become an intelligent system of systems.
When intelligent system of systems can share data and analyse it they can transform our business, our lives and the world in countless ways.
Now the last but certainly not the least step of intelligence…
Web 4.0 and Web 5.0- seems that they already exist although we do not talk much about Web 5.0 yet…
We can hear that Web 4.0 is the Personal web intelligent in every device that can recognise you. It’s an online data control. A linked web which communicates with us. We communicate with each other, like a personal assistant.
It’s called a ‘symbolic’ web. This web will be powerful and fully executing. Every little piece of data is intelligently linked to each other and filtered in such a way that it’s relevant for us.
If Web 4.0 is already the ‘ultra- intelligence electronic agent’… Can you imagine what Web 5.0 has in store for us?
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