The Web's Weaver Looks Forward

Tim Berners-Lee, chief architect of the World Wide Web, explains his vision of the next stitch in the process: The Semantic Web

Tim Berners-Lee is lucky: He has been able to watch his creation transform society and business. However, although the World Wide Web will be only 12 years old this December -- six months after its chief architect turns 47 -- Berners-Lee envisions a much richer Web. He calls it the Semantic Web.

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