Only Differences You need to Know About WEB 3.0 & WEB 2.0

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The difference between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 is that Web 2.0 refers to websites that provide users with a means to share personal information (such as social networking websites). Web 3.0 reinvents the virtual world When Tim Berners-Lee was developing the World Wide Web 20 years ago, he envisioned a service that would allow users to seamlessly exchange information.

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Web 2.0 :Web 2.0 refers to Web sites that provide users with a means to share personal information (such as social networking sites), allow users to edit Web site content (such as wikis, discussed later, and have application software built into Web 3.0 to reinvent virtual world When Tim Berners-Lee was developing the World Wide Web 20 years ago, he envisioned a service that would allow users to seamlessly exchange information.

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Web 3.0 : Web 3.0 reinvents the virtual world When Tim Berners-Lee was developing the World Wide Web 20 years ago, he envisioned a service that would allow users to seamlessly exchange information. The web has evolved through versions 1.0 and 2.0, and work is underway to develop web 3.0, also known as the semantic web. This next generation of the web is expected to perform virtually any task imaginable, according to some researchers. For example, your computer will be able to scan a web page just like you and look for specific useful information. If you need the location of the nearest eye doctor and the time your brother’s flight from Chicago actually lands, Web 3.0 will provide you with those facts and then search your calendar to see if you can fit a doctor’s appointment into your schedule in time. his brother at the airport. Essentially, the web will become one huge searchable database, and automated agents of all types will be extracting the data we need to live productive lives.

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