The Semantic Web is an extension of the current Web, which will allow computers and humans to work together. The semantic Web interconnects word meanings and, in this context, aims to be able to assign a meaning (meaning) to the contents published on the Internet in such a way that it is perceptible by both the human and the computer.
The Semantic Web is a Web of Data. It is the future of the Web, an ongoing project that depends on the work of all of us who believe in the power of the Web as more than a tool, but as a platform that can unlock human knowledge like never before.
The history of the Semantic Web is intertwined with the history of the Web itself. The founders of the “worldwide computer network” are practically the same ones who defined and answered the question:
What is Semantic Web?
Was when Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, and Ora Lassila published an article in Scientific American in 2001 called The Semantic Web – A new form of Web content that is meaningful to computers will unleash a revolution of new possibilities, in plain english: “Web Semantics: a new format for Web content that has meaning for computers will start a revolution of new possibilities.” Semantic Web.