What is Web 3.0 and how does it differ from previous versions
Web 3.0 is a vision for the future of the internet where the focus is on creating a decentralized, intelligent, and more connected web. It differs from previous versions of the web in a number of ways:
- Decentralization: Web 3.0 seeks to create a more decentralized web where users own and control their data, rather than relying on large corporations.
- Intelligence: Web 3.0 incorporates artificial intelligence and machine learning to create a more intelligent and personalized web experience.
- Interconnectivity: The goal of Web 3.0 is to create a more interconnected web where data and services can be easily shared and integrated across platforms.
- Emphasis on User Experience: Web 3.0 places a greater emphasis on creating a user-centered web experience, with an aim to make the web more intuitive, accessible, and personalized.
Overall, Web 3.0 is a vision for a more equitable, secure, and user-centric internet that leverages advances in technology to create a more intelligent and interconnected web.
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