Web 3.0 a revolutionary shift

While many are accepting the world of Web 2.0 through Social Networking, Collaboration and the ability to share information others are already beginning to think about what comes next. The term referenced for what comes next is Web 3.0. How different will it be from the Web we use today and how will we benefit from what it has to offer? Will it be a revolutionary shift, or will it be so subtle that we won't even notice the difference?



The thoughts relating to Web 3.0 focus on the fact that during our Web 2.0 experience we create and share user profiles to support communication, purchase, work and many other types of transaction. While we give consent to how we share our profile information the general thought is that data systems are becoming well aware of who we are, our preferences, our education and so much more.

If we consider how we use our store loyalty card registering points on purchase and then when visiting the store online they abe to suggest products of preferrence, web 3.0 is already taking shape. The whole idea is that Web 3.0 is going to be like having a personal assistant that knows practically everything about you and can access all the information on the Internet to answer any question or needs. Knowing your preferences the search process could include purchasing your goods or booking an event on your acceptance. The more you use the Web 3.0 browser the more your browser learns about you and the less specific you'll need to be with your questions. Eventually you might be able to ask your browser open questions like "where should I go for lunch?" Your browser would consult its records of what you like and dislike, take into account your current location, your budget and then suggest a list of restaurants and then reserve your table.

Web 3.0 will provide users with richer and more relevant experiences having created a unique Internet profile based on how you use the Web. The Web 3.0 browser will be self learning and will be on going tailoring your profile to match your browsing experience. That means that if two different people each performed an Internet search with the same keywords using the same service, they'd receive different results determined by their individual profiles.

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