Are Websites getting Boring? What’s new with Web 3.0?

It’s a sultry 90 degrees outside and you’ve discovered your coffee is still warm after sitting 2 hours. To pass some time you decide to check some email on your laptop and browse some of your favorite websites. After your most recent gander of web advertisement glorification you notice something somewhat familiar with the last several websites you visited. The verdict is conclusive and you start to ponder: “Wow, I love the large cover image/video with scrolling hover elements, but could there be something more creative or different to capture my users attention?”. Web 2.0 has come and passed, what’s next when it comes to App development and responsive web?.

Some of our top leading development strategists and innovators including Elon Musk of SpaceX suggest that a lack of innovation will eventually lead to stagnation. Creativity and ingenuity are lead characteristics of humanity that closely follow suit with innovation and so we expect increasing evolutionary phases of transformation as the time pendulum swings.

So what’s the next phase of web development? Web 3.0, or the ‘intelligent web‘ could include semantic web, microformats, natural language search, data-mining, machine learning, recommendation agents, and artificial intelligence technologies.

It’s been stated that object oriented programming creates living, breathing, entities that have knowledge inside them and can remember things. While this archaic idea by Steve Jobs still has some validity today, how does this relate to the future of emerging trends such as machine learning, quantum computing, neural networks, and Artificial Intelligence? Will Web 3.0 standardize deep A.I. and machine learning to bring about a post-modern self-conscious web where communication is transmissible via our thoughts or dreams?

According to Susan Schneider, and in her recent book, Artificial You: AI and the Future of the Mind, she discusses a philosophical exploration of what A.I. can and cannot achieve. She also discusses the pros and cons of what mind design enhancements may look like with the potential of future machine-mind hybrids.

How do you see Web 3.0 changing and evolving? Contact us and let us know.

 
October 15th, 2020
Artificial Intelligence, General, Machine Learning
| Author: Justin Crawford

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