WHAT IS THE WEB 3.0?

To understand Web 3.0, it helps to take a look at the previous WEB 2.0. It is still characterized by the fact that users are now part of the Internet themselves. Instead of just consuming content themselves, they actively participate and bring their own content viral and are therefore an important component.

Web 3.0, on the other hand, goes one step further. Computers and machines in general are able to understand the content created and distributed by people. Sometimes this even happens with considerable logic, which means that computers can draw conclusions from such content and react accordingly (keyword: artificial intelligence).

In addition, machines are able to independently relate certain things and information. Like a person, you collect important facts about the information, think about them independently, and make them available to others if necessary.

For one or the other, this thought maybe a little queasy. But the fact is: it will only take a few years for this condition to become part of our normal everyday life.

WHAT DISTINGUISHES THE WEB 3.0?

Web 3.0 is the third generation of the Internet. The following is a closer look at some of the properties and functions that make Web 3.0 stand out:

  • Artificial intelligence: As already mentioned, artificial intelligence is also an important part of Web 3.0. This enables computers and machines, in general, to better understand certain information and content. Accordingly, through their “mindset” they provide better-desired information. In addition, machines are broadening the way they think and becoming more intelligent.
  • Semantic Web: The Semantic Web makes it possible to improve web technologies. Because this makes it possible to recognize individual words and understand exactly what is behind them. As a result, computers can independently search, analyze and then generate content and texts, share them with other computers and services and connect them to one another.
  • Connectivity: The Semantic Web mentioned above is used again for this point. Information is better and more closely linked with one another through semantic metadata. The advantage of this is that in terms of user experience, connectivity is significantly improved and all available information is used.
  • 3D graphics on the web: 3D graphics have been ubiquitous for many years. However, Web 3.0 has given them a completely new use. They are used in various websites and services on the Internet, for example, to display products in 3D or to virtually inspect buildings.

 

WILL WEB 3.0 CHANGE OUR LIVES?

Admittedly, that has already happened. Let’s take a look at the smartphones that are used every day. For example, a voice assistant is integrated into the Google search engine that outputs personalized answers and searches for and finds a good Spanish restaurant in Hanover.

Such results are made possible because they are an integral part of Web 3.0. Because with such language assistants and other web services, the semantic web and artificial intelligence are often used.

CONCLUSION ON THE SUBJECT WEB 3.0

As can be clearly seen, the Internet has developed splendidly with Web 3.0 and brings many great features with it. The users in particular benefit from the fact that machines, for example, discover possible interests with the help of AI and accordingly deliver interesting content.