Instead of our websites and apps being hacked, it will be our homes, schools, drones, cars, robots, senses, biology, and brains being hacked.

Web 2.0: Insecure Data & Identity

In an era of massive ID theft, what level of information can be gleaned about you by connecting the dots across an entire shadow economy of Web 2.0?

The Wearables Dilemma

Wearable technology does offer amazing benefits and can revolutionize the healthcare industry. But their shared datasets bring up unprecedented ethical and privacy concerns.

Artificial Meta-Intelligence

With the ability to track virtually all interactions, it seems almost inconceivable but something like a “God View” of reality will be possible.

universal spatial web standards

We need to build Web 3.0 to:

  • secure our virtual identities and their relevant profile information, activities, transactions, location histories, and digital inventories.
  • enable seamless communication for the transportation of goods and services from any point on the world to any other point in any world.
  • reliably trace origins from mine to market, from farm to table, and from game to virtual worlds.
  • enable a globally interoperable and interconnected digital economy that spans humans, machines, and virtual domains.
These are fundamental, easily understood spatial needs.

Why Are Universal Standards Important?

They’re important simply because we all want to work, play, and learn together, better.

Components of the Spatial Web

Spatiality, ownership, security, privacy, trust, and interoperability -- protocols for all these are key.

Spatial Web Foundation Web 3.0 Standards

These use new standardized open formats and shared asset indices secured by spatial domains.

A Shared Reality

We need a solution that allows for a “shared reality” at the Data, Logic, and Interface Tiers, simultaneously and in near real-time.