GUEST OPINION: Web3 – sometimes referred to as Web 3.0 – briefly hit the public consciousness just before Christmas as some of the most influential individuals on the internet weighed in on the underlying principles and the extent to which the broader ambitions for Web3 can be realised.
GUEST OPINION by Paul Arthur, Regional Vice President, ANZ at OutSystems: From cashless payments to online food delivery and getting assistance from AI-assisted chatbots, the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation across countries and industries. This has normalised many tech advancements that were considered revolutionary only months earlier. Almost overnight it became necessary to know how to navigate a digital-first environment to access the most basic of services.
The Web Foundation and the Science Museum in the UK are celebrating the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web, and as you'd expect, Sir Tim Berners-Lee will be at the forefront of celerbations.
Web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee is working on a new approach to data storage that puts control back in the hands of individual users and provides a foundation for new kinds of collaboration software.
The inventor of the worldwide web, Tim Berners-Lee, has begun work on a decentralised web to restore the power and agency of individuals.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has resigned from the World Wide Web Consortium after the latter announced it was accepting the published Encrypted Media Extensions as a Web standard.
Australia has been beaten by New Zealand, the UK and the US in the Web Index 2013 with concerns raised over Australia's "inadequate safeguards against state surveillance."
Inventor of the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee has joined forces with tech giants Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and others in a bid to make Internet access more affordable in less-developed countries.
Those high-achieving atom smashing scientists at CERN have brought the first website ever made back from the dead.
ISP iiNet will host World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee for a series of free public events in Australia and New Zealand during his 10-day tour from 30 January.
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