Web 3.0 Supervisor : Professor A. Alsedik Presenters : Maram Bani Younes Marilu Cervantes Salgado
Outline • Generations of WWW. • Web 1.0 • Web 2.0 • Web 3.0 • Experts Visions about Web 3.0: • Semantic Web • Video Web • 3D Web • Ubiquitous Web • Where are we? • Over Visions and Opinions about Web 3.0. • What does Web 3.0 need?
Before Now Future Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0
Web 1.0Info – Centric Web • The first generation of the World Wide Web (WWW), characterized by separate static websites. • It is one-way broadcasting. • It is invented 1989 by Tim Berners- Lee. • It was widely used between 1998 and 2001, and it is still used beside Web 2.0 in almost all web sites.
Web 2.0People Centric Web • Technologies and Trends • Social networking sites: • Facebook, MySpace, Hi5, … etc. • Tagging or Labeling Content: • Del.icio.us. • Wikis: • Wikipedia. • Community-generated content: • eBay. • Open Services: • Google. • P2P: • Bit Torrent. • New Web technologies: • XML, RSS, Ajax. • Open Source Software
Web 2.0People Centric Web • Web 2.0 has no single definition but can be explained through a series of Internet trends, one being the empowerment of the user . Deitel, Paul J; Deitel, Harvey M
Web 3.0Machine Centric Web • Different meanings are intended to describe the evolution of Web usage and interaction between the many possible evolutionary paths. • The third generation of Web technologies and services that emphasize a machine-facilitated understanding of information on the Web.
Web 3.0Evolution Paths • Semantic Web • Intelligent System Planning • Business and Network Applications • … etc. • Video Web • Web 3D • Ubiquitous and Pervasive Web
Web 3.0Semantic Web • It is a group of methods and technologies to allow machines to understand the meaning - or "semantics" - of information on the World Wide Web. • The semantic web is a vision of information that is understandable by computers, so computers can perform more of the tedious work involved in finding, combining, and acting upon information on the web.
Semantic WebThe Technology • It involves publishing in languages specifically designed for data: Resource Description Framework (RDF), Web Ontology Language (OWL), and Extensible Markup Language (XML): • HTML describes documents and the links between them. • RDF, OWL, and XML, by contrast, can describe arbitrary things such as people, meetings, or airplane parts.
Web 3.0Experts Statements' • Tim Berners-Lee • “…, you’ll Have access to an unbelievable data resource ”. • Nova Spivak • “…It's a set of standards that turns the Web into one big database,” . • “ …I call it the World Wide Database”.
Semantic WebIntelligent • The development of Web 3.0 focuses on adding metadata or information to describe the content of the web which: • Provide an intelligent level to the web site. • Enable the user to communicate completely with the machines. • Enable machines to communicate with each others.
Semantic WebIntelligent System Planning • Example: The Question: ”I’m looking for a warm place to vacation and I have a budget of $3000. and I have an 11-year-old child.” • Today’s System, such query can lead to hours of sifting (through lists of flights, hotel, car rentals) and the options are often at odds with one another. • Web 3.0 will call up a complete vacation package that was planned as meticulously as if it had been assembled by a human travel agent.
Semantic WebBusiness and Network Applications • Web 3.0 is the ability for customers to communicate with companies. • Directly, using blogs and other Web 2.0 applications, • Indirectly, as if we were holders of psychographic data analyzed by the semantic web and other marketing tools as Micro targeting / Silent Marketing.
Semantic WebSemantic Meaning • Having a semantic meaning on the web, evolution will lead to have more intelligent and specialized webs. • All next evolution paths in this paper depend on having information about the web components.
We can say that Semantic web is the main and starting point of Web 3.0 evolution.
Web 3.0Video Web Spatial Media Fragments Video Content • Reed Hasting, the founder and CEO of Netflix, described Web 3.0 as being the full-video Web that will be made possible by the increasing growth in bandwidth available to customers that will allow transmission of full movies over the Web.
Web 3.0Web 3D Web 3.0 will be 3D-Internet! • Web 3.0 will be nothing else than three-dimensional internet. • At list very moment thousands of users worldwide linger in 3D-worlds like second Life or 3D-Games such as Entropiauniverse and Active worlds. • Philip Rosedale, founder of Second Life, believes that one day 1500 million people will have a second existence. • The adding of the third dimension will shift the internet into a hyper-realistic parallel world . http://www.internet3d.org
Web 3.0Ubiquitous and pervasive web • “Our Vision of Web 3.0 is to link data and devices in new ways to achieve new insights, greater efficiencies, economic benefits and improved quality of life” Steve Bratt. • “The Web 3.0 will see applications that are pieced together, fast, customizable, run on any device, and most importantly, disseminate virally–through social networks” Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google
Web 3.0Where are we? • After we illustrates Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, we get that there are no boundaries of time for any of them. • So we should change our first idea about them into….
Now Before Future Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0
Web 3.0Our Visions • Web 3.0 as we foresee it: having a Clever and On demand friend who is able to lead, advice, negotiate and support the user honestly. • This friend could be embedded in the smart devices, enabling the user to use his home, car or mobile remotely, safely and correctly.
That will affect our daily life and blue our real life with a virtual web site applications and services as Ubiquitous Web. • “If you find your TV on, you should expect one viruse.”
On the other hand, although Web 3D is considered as a huge evolution in the web history, we believe that human cannot satisfy in living as an avatar in a virtual life. • This could be used just for playing or entertaining.
Web 3.0Perspectives Two main paths: • Interchange of knowledge • Semantic Web • A ubiquitous Web • Video on the Web • Social Networks and Business Object • Social networking sites, 3DWeb • Video on Demand through Internet
Web 3.0Perspectives • Interchange of knowledge • Ubiquitous Web: I think is the Natural evolution of the Web. It has to be everywhere on everything by nature. And much of the work is going in that direction. All the science fiction about it is becoming reality. We want things easier
Web 3.0Perspectives • Interchange of knowledge • Video on the Web : On my point of view, there are two different sides of Video on the Web. • Consortiums are working in order to make Video description available and the one that wants to We will have a database of links and information in the background. That is useful in my opinion and an advance in the Video industry in which they can embed more than just the visual meaning • Video through the Web
Web 3.0Perspectives • Social Network and Business Object • Social networking sites, 3DWeb and Video on Demand through Internet: Things are not being done as before and some of them are the way people meet people and the way we get entertaining. For sure socializing within the Web has changed or is changing our behaviour. And the way we watch movies or series is not only in TV anymore. These two ways, some companies have converted the Web, cost us a lot of resources (bandwidth, money and time) and leave us with less physical and regular social activities
Web 3.0What does it need? • Advanced Technology; Software, Hardware and Protocols. • Larger Bandwidth and network capacity. • A good level of Privacy, Security and Controllability should be granted over Web 3.0 to encourage people to use it.