Explain User Specific Data In Web 3.0


  • 24 Feb, 2012

    Search engines will become more and more specific, that's whats probably the main concentration in the web 3.0 vs web 2.0 debate. Now, when we make a search on the Internet, the information that is displayed to us for the same search query will be similar to that of another user, who sets in the same on another terminal. Web 3.0 search engines will be more and more user specific and produce precise search results. Confused? Well, lets take a look into the situation in a little more detail. Search engines of the web 3.0 era are supposed to be handle in complex queries, queries typed in very much the way we speak. Something like a user types in a query "I am shifting over from California, to New Jersey and I am searching for accommodation. I am married and have a son and daughter. What would be the cost of living in NJ?". The search engine will fetch information from different sites and give the right result pages withing the fraction of a second. So, one point that is supposed is that the websites will become more and more communicative. No doubt, websites did communicate in the web 2.0 phase too. A single click on the url on one website could let you travel down all the way to a new website. But in the web 3.0 phase, they will share information with each other to produce results which the user precisely wants. Another example of the same is that a single login will allow you to set your status update on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace together. So much for the precise search part. Now, what do we mean by user specific data. Concepts like that of iGoogle will become popular and enhanced. The search results for each user will vary. Search engines will keep track of what are the results that a particular user is interested in and produce different search results for different users. Even the advertisements that a user views will be different from what another person views from the same search query. It will be all about artificial intelligence. Web 3.0 applications will be designed such that, though not equally intelligent to the human brain, but way ahead from your text editor, with word prediction capability. Some may consider it as a breach into their privacy, but search engines have to say otherwise. Nevertheless, we will not get into that discussion.

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