Web 2.0 focuses on reading and writing content, whereas Web 3.0 focuses on creating content
The World Wide Web was first conceptualized by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 while working at CERN.
Web 2.0 is the second generation of the World Wide Web, which includes social networking sites, blogs, wikis, and folksonomies.
– Available at any time, any place. – Variety of media. – Ease of usage. – User-friendly. – It provides real-time discussion.
1. Hosted services (Google Maps), 2. Web applications ( Google Docs, Flickr), 3. Video-sharing sites (YouTube), 4. Social networking (Facebook. Twitter)
Web 3.0 is the third generation of the World Wide Web, and it refers to the next stage in the evolution of the Internet.
– Control over Data Ownership – Ubiquitous Access to Data – Freedom for Interaction – Advantages for Creator – Better Security
1. Virtual Reality (VR) 2. Blockchain Technology 3. Cryptocurrency 4. DeFi 5. Gaming
Web 4.0 services will be autonomous, proactive, content-exploring, self-learning, collaborative, and content-generating agents based on fully matured semantic and reasoning technologies as well as AI.
– Connectivity – Automation – Life Efficiency – Better Decision Making – Personalization
1. Metaverse 2. Ai 3. ML