With the advent of the world wide web, web 1.0 allowed us to create static web pages and links. More than a decade later in 2004, web 2.0 was coined which allowed us to create internet applications that we see today, such as Google, Facebook, Amazon etc. It allowed users to create, share and collaborate their work with others. This allowed enterprises to take advantage of the capabilities of web 2.0 and provide solutions to their customers that they had never experienced before.
While web 1.0 simply delivered content via the internet and web 2.0 gave us speed and collaboration, Web 3.0 or the semantic web is now changing the way we use the internet by delivering efficiency and personalized content. It is a more connected and intelligent technology trend that allows us to be always connected and use the power of AI, ML, data mining and natural language processing. Google voice search, Siri, and smart appliances that we use are all examples of web 3.0.