What is Web3.0?
Web3.0 represents the third generation of internet-based services for applications and websites, based on the machine-based analysis of data to create a data-driven & semantic Web. The main objective of Web3.0 is to create more efficient, connected, and accessible websites.
How is Web 2.0 different from web3.0? (Image)
The main focus is the development of communities.
- HTML 5
- CSS 3
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning
- Decentralized protocol
Types of Application
State of Data
- Improved Interactions
- Introduction to web applications
- Smart, Web-based applications and functionalities
- A better blend of web technology and knowledge representation
6 Key Features of Web 3.0
AI (Artificial Intelligence)
A further feature that is essential to Web3.0 is the introduction of Artificial Intelligence to how the Internet replicates the way humans access information. It will allow for speedier validation and distribution of information to users.
With Web 3.0, computers can read information as humans do and deliver quicker and more accurate results. They are becoming more sophisticated to meet the demands of the users.
The metaverse is among the first concepts that come to mind in the future. This modern version of the Internet will seamlessly integrate into this virtual universe that allows 3D designs of websites and incorporates IoT devices to its peripheral.