Gabriel René, CEO and Co-Founder of VERSES, discusses the great work he is doing with the Spatial Web and pushing its adoption across every major...
How the Spatial Web is Changing the Internet As We Know It
The Spatial Web is a more natural and powerful way of shopping, learning, running our businesses and even our cities –and it will change our lives dramatically in the coming decade. The Spatial Web essentially means that the entire world can be “painted” with data –something like the Matrix movie.
As a new protocol, the Spatial Web provides an open platform for businesses to digitize data on a three-dimensional space, with which users can interact. This brings us to the concept of Web 3.0, or the so-called “internet-of-value”. Web 3.0 includes artificial intelligence, semantic web, ubiquity, and three-dimensional experience.
“Geared with natural language search, data mining, machine learning, and AI recommendation agents, the Spatial Web is a growing expanse of services and information, navigable with the use of ever-more-sophisticated AI assistants and revolutionary new interfaces,” says Dan Mapes, Founder and President at VERSES.IO, which has developed the VERSES Smart Space technology and the new open-standard, Spatial Web protocol.