Semantic web is the future.

Grasp it now.

In its current state, the Web is often described as being in the Lego phase, with all of its different parts capable of connecting to one another. Those who envision the next phase, Web 3.0, see it as an era when machines will start to do seemingly intelligent things. - John Markoff, The New York Times

What's Web 3.0?

The emergence of a new era of technologies, collectively known as Web 3.0, provides a strategically significant opportunity to make media and business run better. Also known as the semantic web or linked data, web 3.0 is a web in which data is linked to allow for more meaningful, actionable insight to be extracted. At the conference, we will explore how companies are using these technologies today, and should be using them tomorrow, for significant bottom line impact in areas like marketing, corporate information management, publishing, customer service, and personal productivity.

Who should attend?

Information technologists, entrepreneurs, marketers, user experience leaders, CTOs, CIOs, publishers, program/project managers, media professionals, business strategists, engineers, customer service professionals, and advertising executives.

PHOTOS: Highlights from Web 3.0 NY, May 2009

Speakers include

Mark Johnson

Senior Program Manager, Bing at Microsoft

Johanna Wright

Director of Product Management in Search at Google

Tom Gruber

Co-Founder and CTO,

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