In contrast to Web 2.0 which creates associations between people, Web 3.0 focuses on identifying relationships between data located in web pages. These data relationships are defined using well defined standards. Once the data relationships are properly defined in a machine readable format, machine inference engines are then invoked to derive conclusions and logical deductions from the data and it's relationships. This capability to infer new information from existing data is a component of Semantics Technology.
Several enabling technologies and process are helpful to fulfill the potential of Semantic Technologies. Vocabulary management which specifies standard terms and definitions for the enterprise is one key process. Advanced tooling to map relationships between vocabulary terms called ontologies is another key process for Web 3.0 and Semantic Technologies. Semantisys leverages Semantic Technologies throughout the entire information technology stack in order to derive the full potential of machine inference to solve business requirements.
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