Jemina Kiss escreveu no The Guardian de ontem que a Web 3.0 vai se preocupar com rankeamento e recomendação.
“While the Tim Berners-Lees of this world work out how to make the language of the web function more effectively behind the scenes, our front-of-house task is to get stuck in and intelligently work these technologies into our businesses. It is not enough to understand the strategy behind these new applications, such as Twitter and Reddit – they rely on participation. Tokenism won’t do.
Recommendation is nothing new, of course. Amazon has been pushing “people who bought this also bought this” for years, and tools like eBay’s trader ratings system are staple. Things get more interesting as the technology gets cleverer; hence we get automated recommendation and personal recommendation”.
“Above all, the most reassuring trend is that the values of credibility and trust are more important than ever in the ocean of information we have to navigate every day. The technology is not enough on its own, and that should be a comfort to editors everywhere”.
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