Web 3.0 (Web3) is the third generation of the evolution of web technologies. The web, also known as the World Wide Web, is the foundational layer for how the internet is used, providing website and application services. Web 3.0 is where websites and apps will be able to process information in a smart human-like way through technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), Big Data, decentralized ledger technology (DLT), and more.
The next development of the web concerns the semantic web. The Semantic Web enhances web technologies to generate, share, and connect content and text through search and analysis based on the ability to understand the meaning of words rather than keywords or number.
By combining this ability with natural language processing, Web 3.0 computers can understand informations like humans to produce faster, more relevant results. They are getting smarter to meet users’ needs.
The three-dimensional design is used extensively in websites and services in Web 3.0. Museum guides, computer games, e-commerce, geographic contexts, etc. are examples that use 3D graphics.
With Web 3.0, information is more closely linked to one another through semantic metadata (Semantic Web). This takes the user experience to another level of connectivity that leverages whatever information is available.
The content is accessible to multiple applications via Web 3.0, every device is connected to the web, and the services can be used anywhere..