The term Web 3.0 i.e. semantic Web describes the sites where computers will be generating raw data on their own i.e. the next logical step in the evolution of the Internet.
Let’s see the difference between Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0 vs Web 3.0.
Web 1.0 sites are basically content driven and the user has no way to increase their involvement or interaction with the interface. This is for individual publishing, one-way communication, passive involvement, read-only content & personal websites.
Web 2.0 sites allow for user interaction and participation by having a user-friendly interface to them where user can edit and publish the existing information on website i.e. viewer has some power and control over the data. This also utilizes social networking tools to further increase the level of viewer active interaction and participation i.e. blogging, tagging, social bookmarking and web content voting.
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We have already told that Web 3.0 describes sites where computers will be generating raw data on their own. Most devices will be able to exchange data between user and computer and even generate new information.
For example, Last.fm suggests what music the user may enjoy based on their previous song selections, search engines are able to search for the actual individual users interests based on their IP etc.