What is Web 3.0?

What is Web 3.0?
We said in the previous article that Web 2.0 switched the network by making it more accessible to users, enabling social participation and creating what many experts call the knowledge society. Web 3.0, which is still under construction, is looking for a second change by making the web more accessible to computers. That is, as expressed by the author Salvador Pérez Crespo "it comes to giving meaning to web pages, hence the name of semantic web" (Pérez Crespo, Salvador, will the Web 3.0).

How it works?
Currently the archives that contains the web pages and information is encoded in different database programming languages one from another. Therefore, the first step is the standardization of databases, so that all computers can easily access the contents without the "difficulty" of having to "know" many languages to interpret the information. Html language currently only allows the interconnection of files and the improvement of interfaces, but experts say it is very difficult cataloging information for the reasons described previously.

At the time of uniformity extensions of databases, it is possible the creation of information agents who are dedicated to catalog and search data without using humans. In other words, the Internet will start to realize autonomous interconnections of knowledge and data, becoming a "super-brain."

What is the utility?
With Web 3.0 search will be more human, so that, on the one hand, Web sites begin to offer free personalized information that the user needs based on the prediction of tastes, something that already happens in many websites, but it will be much easier and much precise given to the extensive network of connections that will the web.

Moreover, this system will allow for detailed and specific questions to the network and it will return accurate results without the need for the user having to be searching in search engines (forgive the redundancy). In other words, if you remember the scene of the film A. I., where a holographic robot to what you can ask questions like a person and he answered as humanly possible, will be an undeniable reality.


DEAN ALLEMANG, Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist: Effective Modeling in RDFS and OWL.
DANIEL HARRIS, Web 2.0 Evolution into The Intelligent Web 3.0.