Archive for the ‘Semantic Web’ Category

The Semantic Web Cannot Exist Until Enterprises Adopt Semantic Search

Contrary to what many believe – that the semantic web is already here – a truly semantic World Wide Web is unobtainable until it is semantic search is adopted inside the enterprise. Enterprises get value from semantic search – it cuts costs, saves administration, and reduces risk from inaccurate information. They are the early adopters of semantic search and it is only their adoption, and extension to their public-facing information that will ultimately lead to a semantic web.



The Semantic Web and its importance to website promotion

The Semantic Web is meant to be the successor to the web we all use and love today. Its architect is no other than the creator of the web, Tim Berners-Lee. The idea behind the Semantic Web is making it easy for machines to understand a site’s content. Web development languages today, i.e., HTML, are designed for making content easily readable by people. It is very hard for software agents to extract the semantics (or meaning) of a website since no such information can be encoded by webmasters using HTML or any other popular web development technology used today.


Web 3.0 & the Power of the Semantic Web

Web 3.0 describes the next evolution of the World Wide Web. The term “Web 3.0” has been floating around for quite a while now, but what does it exactly mean? The true definition of Web 3.0 has been unclear ever since it has been created. When trying to get a hold of the concept it is important to keep in mind that Web 3.0 is rather a buzzword and doesn’t clearly define anything.