Differences between Web2.0 and Web3.0
In this version of the web, people transitioned from being mere spectators to content producers and publishers. Some examples of websites and services that represent Web 2.0 are:
- Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn;
- Video sharing platforms like YouTube and Vimeo;
- Wikis like Wikipedia;
- Blogging and microblogging platforms like Blogger, WordPress, and Twitter.
- Virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant;
- Machine learning, which enables the analysis of large amounts of data;
- Augmented and virtual reality, which offer a more immersive and interactive experience;
- Blockchain, which enables data and transaction decentralization.
In summary, Web 2.0 brought user interactivity and collaboration, while Web 3.0 aims to make the internet smarter and more intuitive, allowing for more efficient organization of information.