Web 3.0 Semantic Web: Makes Online Searching Simpler

The Web 3.0 otherwise known as Semantic web is originally founded by Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web inventor. According to the CEO of Radar Networks, Nova Spivack, Web 3.0 Semantic is a set of principles that turns the Web into a full-size database. This is also a place that has an echelon of artificial intelligence where software tools and search engines could read and understand web pages the way humans read them. This is the reason why web 3.0 is viewed as a very helpful tool in simplifying online searches.

Computer scientists have been constantly developing the foundation of web 3.0 to further enhance its function, which is to find the answers to the searches of online searchers. One good example of web 3.0 project is the project that is developed by the University of Washington called as KnowItAll. This project significantly compiles and extracts user posted information in review site and product. This is also the project that is supported by Google.

Additionally, one of the early adapter examples of web 3.0 is the Adaptive Blue. This software can effectively detain the meaning of the web page browsed by the user, develop productivity, and personalized web experience. Like for instance, when a user browse for a specific book, this tool will identify what the page is all about and immediately search for vital information from different sites. So, through this tool it will also be easier on the part of the user to search for the sites where he can also buy the book since the tool will also be responsible in looking for possible links.