Can we trust the seller on the semantic web. Can we trust the buyer on a
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
To solve we need an access to more RDF files:
The credit card information
The bank information
The semantic records
The social security information
US Social Security
By using the RDF files like this, the "Semantic Web Agent" can determine that if we
can trust the person we are dealing with.
(the "Recorded" information in the table could be supplied by the Internet trading
companies such as eBay, Amazon)
To serve a semantic web, the payment methods should be developed.
An Internet accessible "Deposit Accounts" could be the solution for this.
The deposit account is a account which can only receive the deposits. It can be made
accessible to everyone on the Internet, and everyone can deposit money to the
account only knowing the ID (or the email address, much like a PayPal).
Using this payment method everyone can publish their bank account number over an
Internet and will sell their car without any of the middleman.
OWL - The web thesaurus
Want to sell a book
Open your OWL agent
Entered “Book” in the category
A new screen is askingto fill out the information about a book
Fill out an ISBN number written on the book
Select "used", and "condition as new", and hit the return
OWL agent automatically fills out the rest
Author, year, pages, ...... all the information is now complete
OWL agent has collected all information we needed to sell a book
Click on the Auction.
The Auction Agent
The Auction agent opens.
Fill out a minimum price, and click on "Submit"
Book becomes available to all the auctions on Internet