Why Attend Web 3.0?

In turbulent economic times, it is critically important to understand what opportunities exist to make our businesses run better. The emergence of a new era of technologies, collectively known as Web 3.0, provides this kind of strategically significant opportunity. In Web 1.0, text was organized into pages and links were created between pages allowing users to traverse and explore. While links created some meaning, it was not explicit. For example, there was no way to express in a clear way that a particular link meant that two people were linked because they were co-workers.

The new, flexible, linked data model

The goal of Web 3.0 is to reorganize information so users can capture what things are and how they are related. This seemingly simple concept will have a profound effect at every level of information consumption, from the individual end user to the enterprise. Today information is stored inside specialized inflexible databases that are, in effect, information silos. What’s needed now is an end to the silo and the emergence of a single unified view of our information universe where related objects are freely connected in meaningful ways.

Better analysis and insights

Web 3.0 technologies make the organization of information radically more fluid and allow for new types of analysis based on things like text semantics, machine learning, and what we call serendipity – the stumbling upon insights based on just having better organized and connected information. Web 3.0 portends a future where all information can be poured into a hopper that organizes it for maximal insight and value. While nothing is quite that simple, the new generation of Web 3.0 tools comes much closer to that ideal than you might think.

Bottom line impact today

The Web 3.0 Conference will bridge the gap between current limited expectations and the exciting reality of this new generation of tools. We will explore how companies are using them today, and should be using them tomorrow, for significant bottom line impact in areas like marketing, corporate information management, customer service, and personal productivity. Join us at the Web 3.0 conference to hear from and meet the people that are bringing you this exciting new world and to learn how these technologies can impact your organizations today.

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6 thoughts on “Why Attend Web 3.0?

  1. What is web3.0 ? This future technology is arrived long ago?

    You can also add some more feature about future technology web3.0

    please add value because our objective is what can be possible now and near future how many technology we can add on our website.

    Web3.0 means artificial intelligence, future technologies you would like to add in your website

    Right now many features available which you can implement

    1. you can add text to speech tool on your website so that peoples can read your website by your own voice

    2. similarly when you add content on your website your website can create keywords, tags automatically from your content

    3. there are many tools available today which peoples thinking it will come in near future

    so that web3.0 is arrived so long ago
    Clarification added 1 day ago:

    I would like to know about your ideas what you wanted to add in your website

    which is not now available but in future it will be available, why i ask this bcos may be you dont know it is arrived or not but other members will help each other about their info.

    we are here to think about what is possible and how it can possible so that if you add value then it will be helpful for everyone
    Clarification added 1 day ago:

    I added artificial intelligence tool on my website http://www.e-guru.org

    If you check this website from your computer this website display big design version and if you check from mobile devices it display mobile version

    This website automatically display both version, you need to type domain name, this website will understand what device you are using and automatically display required version

    if you do not have mobile gprs then check on mobile simulator here http://www.ready.mobi

    this kind of many artificial intelligence web3.0 technologies are available right now also

    please add your value
    Clarification added 6 hours ago:

    Please note that we are talking about how we can add futuristics features on your website, so that i request you to talk about these related topic only.

    i am expecting discussion on how you can add web3.0 features or these feature are arrived how long ago which we are thinking it is artificial intelligence on your website.

    I request you all peoples, please read my question again to avoid diversification.

    posted 2 days ago in Market Research and Definition | Flag question as…

  2. Founder at Stealth

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    To be honest, I find the Web 1.0/2.0/3.0 terms very misleading and they should be thrown out of usage. To someone who isn’t very familiar with e-business, it sounds like there is some central program that gets updated every few years, which obviously isn’t true.

    But if you’re asking what the next major sea-change in the industry will be, it’s the semantic web, and it doesn’t exist in any particularly useful form. The semantic web requires the lion’s share of content online to be in a form that machines can understand. Right now, it’s not. Tagging helps, but it will only go so far.

    “Web 3.0” as they call it will arrive in bits and pieces. First someone needs to come up with a smarter tagging scheme and then it has to be standardized across the web (which it most certainly isn’t). The scheme ought to be strongly hierarchical, organized like human thought.

    You’ll know we’ve reached “Web 3.0” when you can ask for something in a way worded completely differently from the way anyone hosting such content has worded it and find it immediately.

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    I believe that web 1.0 was all about static contents or contents are owned and SERVED by one entity.

    With web 2.0 brought power of content GENERATION & SHARING to the masses.

    I assume the next obvious step would be to INTEGRATE this fragmented information pieces. Web applications would be more open with APIs. Newer widget like application would be developed where information would be collected from multiple sources. Users behavior/profile might also be shared to build custom dynamic and relevant information systems. Information access interface would also include other internet enabled devices other than PC.

  4. Founder at Stealth

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    Web 3.0 will develop personality traits. Each website will have emotions and will communicate at intellectual level. An example will be that web will review articles and provide ratings for innovative content, language skills and recommend to different user groups. Today we are dependent on recommendation engines to do this based on user response.

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