‘Currently the internet is about as smart as a human brain, in the next 25 years it will be as smart as 6 million human brains’ Kevin Kelly
RT @silverton Kevin Kelly: The Next 5,000 Days of the Web (20 minute video) http://tr.im/dgg9
Tumblr users check out Zemanta’s blogging assistant (FF plugin) http://tr.im/dgfy via @SassyMaven (updated release fixes bug)
One more wild hair: Web 5.0 might look like bio/nano artificially cognitive applications.
So if (big if) web 4.0 were to be “living things” how does that affect today’s semantic applications? (Developers feel free to chime in)
RT @joshcp haiku “normalization, think of the snowflake schema, database query.”
2009: Redefining “cashless” society.
Question: If Web 1.0 was connectivity, web 2.0 is social networking, & web 3.0 is semantic automation of user/content, what is web 4.0?
RT @silverton 4.0 candidate: monetization platforms 4 collective cognition, impromptu progrmming/scrptng, cre8v participation, conversation.
Asimov’s robot develops what he calls the Zeroth Law of Robotics, which states that: “A robot may not injure humanity, nor, through inaction, allow humanity to come to harm”.
The significance of the Zeroth Law is that it outweighs and supersedes all other Laws of Robotics: if a robot finds himself in a situation whereby he must murder one or more humans (a direct violation of the First Law of Robotics) in order to protect all of humanity (and preserve the Zeroth Law), then the robot’s positronic programming will require him to commit murder for humanity’s sake. Only highly advanced robots can comprehend this law.
Don’t tell Fake John Connor.