Semantic Web Issues
Here is a list of issues about the semantic web.
Semantic Web Agents
The semantic web will not be searchable in free text. To search (or access)
the semantic web, we will need some software to help us.
To use the semantic web, we will need "Semantic Web Agents" or "Semantic Web
Services". These "Agents" or "Services" will help us to find what we are looking
for on the semantic web.
On the semantic web, we would like to look for information about:
- The cheapest airline tickets
- Styling that would fit my car
- Books, films, and music CDs
- Weather forecasts
- Time schedules and calendar events
- Stock prices and exchange rates
In the future, for any information out there on the web; ask your "Semantic
Semantic Web Security
Can I trust a seller on the semantic web. Can I trust a buyer on the semantic
To solve I will need access to more RDF files:
- Credit card information
- Bank information
- Semantic records
- Social Security information
|US Social Security
By using RDF files like this, my "Semantic Web Agent" can determine if I can
trust the person I am dealing with.
(the "Recorded" information could be supplied by Internet trading companies
like eBay, Amazon or the like)
To serve the semantic web, payment methods have to be developed.
Internet accessible "Deposit Accounts" could be a solution to this.
A deposit account is an account that can only receive deposits. It could be
made accessible for everyone on the Internet, and everyone could deposit money
to your account only knowing your ID (or your email address, much like PayPal).
Using this payment method everyone could publish their bank account number
over the Internet and
sell their car without any middleman.
What will be the future of Internet banking?
OWL - Your Web Thesaurus
- You want to sell a book
- You open your OWL agent
- You entered “Book” in the category
- A new screen is asking you to fill out information about the book
- You fill out the ISBN number written on the book
- You select "used", and "condition as new", and hit return
- Your OWL agent automatically fills out the rest
- Author, year, pages, ...... all information is now complete
- Your OWL agent has collected all the information you needed to sell the book
- You click on Auction.
You can read more about OWL in our RDF tutorial.
Your Auction Agent
- Your Auction agent opens.
- You fill out minimum price, and click on "Submit"
- You book becomes available to all the auctions on the Internet
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