Web 3.0 stands for a future version of the web that can connect everything at the data level, moving the web closer to understanding how things function in the physical world.
User interaction in Web 1.0, also known as the syntactic web or read-only web, was limited to reading the information provided by content authors. Information from users could not be sent back to content authors. Examples of Web 1.0 include static web pages and individual websites.
Web 3.0, commonly referred to as the Semantic Web or read-write-execute, is frequently cited as the future of the web. By enabling computers to interpret data in a manner comparable to that of humans, AI and machine learning enable the intelligent creation and dissemination of relevant material tailored to the demands of a user.
Let the systems be able to interpret the meaning of the data.
To what end? To determine “what we are interested in.”
Web 3.0 stands for a future version of the web that can connect everything at the data level. In the present-day internet, we all know there are information silos. For example, imagine a case where you have been promoted to manager at your company. From that moment on, the wheel starts to turn.
📚 You probably want to strengthen your skills and start looking for a master’s program. Don’t worry, “we know” you work in big data, so the first result is the MIM + Master in Business Analytics and Big Data, which is 100 m away from your home. Such a great choice!
👔 And don’t forget. It’s time to buy a suit. The suit store you bookmarked last month has the best outfit for you. Smart, but casual.
🍱 I guess you probably want to celebrate your promotion too, right? Here is a good restaurant with a vegan option (your friend Martin will appreciate it 😉)
🛫 And before starting your new job, Bed&Breakfast promotes a 1-week trip to Scotland before work begins (you loved watching The Crown on Netflix).
Is that what you might be looking for? I think so!
The rationale for AI stems from the need to give people faster access to more accurate data. In other words, a website should be able to understand words put in search queries the same way a human would, enabling it to generate and share better content.
Web 3.0 will enable us to come closer to understanding how things function in the physical world, moving us toward an internet in which our identities are attached to us rather than scattered across siloed spaces on the web.