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What is WEB 3.0?
The World Wide Web was developed by English programmer Tim Berners-Lee in collaboration with Belgian computer scientist Robert Cailliau and launched in 1991. Berners-Lee had, of course, the advantage that the Internet already existed because he found support in it. realizing what were once just utopias. He set up software to connect to any computer and information connected to the Internet, and in collaboration with Cailliau, he built a browser program and called this hypertext system the World Wide Web.
The first generation of the WEB had a large amount of information as its main feature. However, this was the role of the user in these scenarios a mere spectator not having permission to edit or edit the content on the page you are visiting. In this first phase, some authors believe that the services made available through the network (e-commerce, for example) were created, thus creating new jobs and economic niches. However, most of these services were paid for and controlled through licenses, which meant that only those with purchasing power could have access.
Even at this stage, the WEBSITES did not submit any content updates they were not interactive, as users could visit because they could not contribute or change their content, sometimes they did not even comment. However, WEB 1.0 has made great strides in accessing information and knowledge. The philosophy behind the concept of the global network has always been to build “a space open to all”, that is, “owner” or “individual” that does not control access or published content.
The term WEB 2.0, coined in a brainstorming conference in 2004, is based on the principle of “WEB as a platform”, where we take advantage of network effects to make the applications better and more used by people who develop applications. trust the users ’collective intelligence and trust them as partners.
So it was WEB 2.0 an atmosphere of collaboration and participation: Participants produce and distribute content based on a culture of open communication, where a wide freedom to share and reuse content is recognized and where, ultimately, there is no centralized authority and control, only an uncontrolled collective intelligence.
The figure below shows the comparison between the content publishing models in WEB 1.0 and WEB 2.0. Initially, it would only be possible for the webmaster or page developer to publish the content, and in WEB 2.0, the person who manages / develops the site does not have to create the content, as readers can also create it. and make content available through collaboration.
Models for publishing content in WEB 1.0 and WEB 2.0.
In WEB 2.0, online software is now understood as a service, and are created with the help of the users themselves according to their needs. WEB 2.0 provides remote access to information technology resources, as its platforms are no longer machine centers. It is ideal to use all resources in a democratic way so that individuals can give their opinion, create information and exchange information.
WEB 3.0 or WEB Semantics combines the virtues of WEB 1.0 and 2.0 with the addition of machine intelligence. In it, machines join users in producing content and taking action, from supporting Internet infrastructure to being content and leading processes in the creation of processes. In this way, WEB 3.0 services unite professional users and producers in the active generation of knowledge. In this way, with great processing power, WEB 3.0 is able to bring high value-added services and products to individuals and companies, thanks to its assertiveness and great personalization, thus promoting the democratization of the ability and knowledge to act. It was first acquired only by companies and governments.
Comparing WEB 3.0 with previous generations
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