AI Meets Web 2.0: Building the Web of Tomorrow, Today

  • Jay M. Tenenbaum


Imagine an Internet-scale knowledge system where people and intelligent agents can collaborate on solving complex problems in business, engineering, science, medicine, and other endeavors. Its resources include semantically tagged websites, wikis, and blogs, as well as social networks, vertical search engines, and a vast array of web services from business processes to AI planners and domain models. Research prototypes of decentralized knowledge systems have been demonstrated for years, but now, thanks to the web and Moore's law, they appear ready for prime time. This article introduces the architectural concepts for incrementally growing an Internet-scale knowledge system and illustrates them with scenarios drawn from e-commerce, e-science, and e-life.
How to Cite
Tenenbaum, J. M. (2006). AI Meets Web 2.0: Building the Web of Tomorrow, Today. AI Magazine, 27(4), 47.