The UN estimates Internet users increased from 738 million to 3.2 billion from 2000–2015. Nevertheless, about 60% of the population has no Internet access, and among those who have their browsing experience is insecure and limited by low throughput and expensive traffic.
UN declared Internet access as a human right, as web access is provides a myriad of benefits including education as the most important. Education is the key element of society development, and is directly related to the employment level, and thus to the growth in prosperity and decrease in crime levels. However, to make the education process successful a free access to high-quality and up-to-date content is not enough. An important issue is its delivery to the relevant consumers.
Our web 3.0 platform capable to resolving these issues:
- a global machine-readable decentralized data pool with open, shareable and reusable API-free content. It will dissolve websites borders and will unite the web into a single public wiki of data that will provide earlier unseen opportunities for creating various interrelated web 3.0 services, educational first of all
- automatic data processing and hence delivery of content, products and services without ads. This is essential for users and business in regions with low income, where they cannot afford ads and promotion. Free and efficient bond between clients and business will drive regional development
- the advantages brought forth by digital innovation largely depend on Internet connectivity. Unlike web 2.0 sites web 3.0 pages contain data only and do not require HTML-markup and scripts: provides offline deferred mode, the value of which is described below. The text nature provides security (viruses free) and enables efficient data compression and transfer (av. page <20 Kb) even with unstable and slow connection, which dramatically reduces traffic and energy consumption costs. Interactive functions of web 3.0 pages are provided by web 3.0 apps
WRIO Internet OS is a platform for web 3.0 cloud apps that do not require to be installed and supported, and thus users do not need IT skills and knowledge to work online while using our system. This significantly reduces the entry barrier for undereducated social groups who will be able to use the benefits of new technologies.
The processing of resource-intensive operations of WRIO OS apps in the cloud makes it possible to pre-install the system on inexpensive single-board devices, and enjoy comfortable browsing experience even with a very limited Internet.
A device prototype based on Raspberry Pi ($20):
Such devices are very power-efficient, which is essential for residents of poor and remote regions.
The devices will be capable of uniting automatically into mesh-networks, enabling the creation of dynamic wi-fi powered p2p-networks of neighbouring devices; collection and transfer of data into the Internet after the login of at least one network participant that will function as the gate for the others. The offline deferred browsing and the small size of web 3.0 pages play a key role here.
All this allows people in remote areas to obtain a secure connection to the Internet with no need in expensive ISP-infrastructure.
Last but not least is the fact that only 700 million people today have a bank account, which is less than 10% of all people living on the planet. That is why the blockchain support and thereon-based funds transfer is an important system feature: it will enable financial inclusion and access to the global economy for a huge number of people regardless of their residential location, confession, age, gender, race, etc. This will provide new growth and employment opportunities in the most remote corners of Earth, removing the need in emigration in search of a better life for millions of people.
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