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Saturday, May 28, 2011

THE SEMANTICS ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2011

(CLICKING ON THE TITLE WE ARE REDIRECTED TO W3C ORG )


DEAR FELLOW  READERS,HELLO,
ON 18/5/11 THE ANNUAL MEETING OF  EUROPEAN SEMANTICS SOCIETY  WAS HOLD IN EU COMMISSION'S ,ALBERT BORSCHETTE CONFERENCE CENTRE  AT BRUSSELS.
THE EVENT WAS FOLLOWED ,APART FROM EUROPEAN STAKEHOLDERS AND BY THE U.S.A  Federal Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice (SICoP) ,BEING REPRESENTED BY ITS DIRECTOR DR.BRAND NIEMANN.
THE SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES ARE THE NEXT STEP BEFORE WEB 3.0 AND WEB 4.0.
OUR EPAPHOS TEAMWORK HAD FOLLOWED ALSO THE E- PROCUREMENT WORKSHOP ABOUT THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE CRISES ON THE PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES ,ON 25/11/11 .
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK DR.NIEMANN FOR  HIS GENTLE RESPONSE AND PROVIDED INFORMATION,TO OUR QUESTIONS,WHICH  INSPIRED US FOR THE PRESENTATION LAID BELOW,ABOUT THE FUTURE OF SEMANTICS INTEROPERABILITY.
EUCHARISTΩΜΕΝ
A.CH.





Semantic Wave Report: Industry Roadmap to Web 3.0 and Multibillion Dollar Market Opportunities.

Project10X’s landmark industry study charts the evolution of semantic technologies and applications and projects the growth of multi-billion dollar markets for Web 3.0 products and services.
Semantic Wave maps the frontier.

The technology section of the report examines five strategic technology themes and shows how innovations in these areas are driving development of new categories of products, services, and solution capabilities. These themes include: executable knowledge, semantic user experience, semantic social computing, semantic applications, and semantic infrastructure. The study examines the role of semantic technologies in more than 100 application categories.  An addendum to the report surveys more than 300 companies that are researching and developing semantic technology products and services. 
The market section of the report examines the growth of supply and demand for products, services and solutions based on semantic technologies. Specifically, the report segments and discusses semantic wave markets from five perspectives:
research and development, information and communication technology, consumer internet, enterprise horizontal, and industry verticals. Viewed as horizontal and vertical market sectors, each presents multi-billion dollar opportunities in the near- to mid-term. The study presents 150 case studies in 15 horizontal and vertical sectors that illustrate the scope of current market adoption. 

Semantic Wave Report tells the story of web 3.0.  

The semantic wave embraces four stages of internet growth.
The first stage, Web 1.0, was about connecting information and getting on the net. Web 2.0 is about connecting people — putting the “I” in user interface, and the “we” into a web of social participation. The next stage, web 3.0, is starting now. It is about representing meanings, connecting knowledge, and putting them to work in ways that make our experience of internet more relevant, useful, and enjoyable. Web 4.0 will come later. It is about connecting intelligences in a ubiquitous web where both people and things can reason and communicate together. 
Over the next decade the semantic wave will spawn multi-billion dollar technology markets that drive trillion dollar global economic expansions to transform industries as well as our experience of the internet. Drivers and market forces for adoption of semantic technologies in web 3.0 are building. The Semantic Wave Report projects:
  • Public and private sector R&D relating to semantic technologies in the 2008-2010 period will exceed $8 billion.
  • Global ICT markets for semantic technology infused products and services will grow from  $2.1 B in 2006 to $52.4 B in 2010.
  • During this same period, number of suppliers with R&D, products, and services in the semantic space will more than double, as major IT, telecom, and consumer electronics players enter the semantic space. 
  • Consumer internet will become a major growth area for semantic technology. Consumers account for about one-fourth of global ICT spending. Drivers for semantic technology here include the growth of internet enabled mobility and the success of web 2.0. However, the study projects that the double-digit growth rates for internet and mobile advertising, content and entertainment will prove to be the most powerful economic driver for adoption of semantic solutions. 
  • Enterprise adoption of semantic technologies will increase dramatically. Public and private sector enterprises represent three-fourths of global ICT spending. Where do semantic technologies apply in the enterprise? Everywhere, according to the case studies summarized in the report. Service oriented computing middleware and a broad range of conventional commercial off-the-shelf software will move to semantic technologies. 
  • Industry verticals will buy semantic technologies packaged as whole solutions that address specific business problems and deliver value. Near to mid-term the semantic wave will drive restructuring of publishing, media, entertainment, information services, and software industries. Longer term, the impact knowledge technologies will transform government, manufacturing, and service sectors worldwide.

What is the Role of Cloud Computing, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0 Semantic Technologies in the Coming Era of Transparent, Collaborative, Connected E-Governance?

The US has a new administration that values transparency, citizen participation, collaboration, information sharing, and internet technology. This presentation maps the role of information and communication technologies (specifically, cloud computing, Web 2.0, and Web 3.0 semantic technologies) in the evolution of government information systems from e-gov (silos with web front ends) to connected governance (e.g. distributed social computing environments for collaborative work, information sharing, knowledge management, and participatory decision-making.) We suggest steps that government at all levels should consider taking now.



Web3 And The Next Internet - New Directions And Opportunities For STM Publishing

The new ecosystem for scientific, technical, and medical (STM) publishing is digital, trans-semiotic, data and knowledge intensive, social, connected, collaborative, community-driven, mobile, multi-channel, immersive, and massively networked and computational.
In this era of open, co-evolving, networked techno-socio-economic processes, commercial publishing models based on exclusive literature collections are simply not enough.
By understanding changes coming with Web 3.0 and the next internet, STM publishers can identify new roles and profitable business opportunities.

Semantic Technology Solutions for Gov 2.0: Citizen-Friendly Recovery.gov and Data.gov with Transparency, Opennes, and Collaboration

The Obama administration has set the goal of achieving and unprecedented level of openness, participation, transparency, and collaboration in government. This applies especially to the accessibility of government information and the tracking of stimulus expenditures. This presentation discusses ways that cloud computing, web 2.0, and web 3.0 semantic technologies can be used to deliver citizen-friendly solutions for recovery.gov and data.gov that fulfill the goals of the new administration, and includes a practical demonstration based on technology developed by Cambridge Semantics.


more at  http://www.project10x.com/





VIDEO SOURCE   http://www.generalsemantics.org/

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At 12:00 PM, Blogger The visioner said...

https://spacezilotes.wordpress.com/2011/03/05/web-3-0-or-better-semantics/

 

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