Web 3 a New Revaluation for all!

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Dena Thorp
A way to move information for personal and businesses that will change how the internet is used. So much faster and transparent.

Web3 is the next generation of the internet that promises to revolutionize how we interact with digital content and data. At its core, Web3 is a decentralized model of data management that leverages digital ledger technology to ensure greater security, transparency, and user control over personal data.

Web3, also known as the Semantic Web, is a term used to describe the vision of an interconnected web layered with additional information, making it easier for machines and software to draw meaning and context from the data available online. It enables a web where interconnected documents carry data readily understood by machines, thus enabling computers to read, strategize, and reason in the same way we do, using a standard set of technologies from which new algorithms and applications can be created. This vision of a more intelligent web drives Web3 and its Semantic Web technology stack.

Picture a world where you and your business partners have a big box of great ideas and new software to share. But sharing everything with everyone can be challenging, especially if there are too many people and great ideas. That's where a decentralized cloud comes in! It's like having many great idea boxes in different places, so everyone can have their own space to run their business and share their great ideas without worrying about running out of room. And just like having more great idea boxes makes sharing more accessible, having a decentralized cloud makes it easier for many people to share and store all their digital stuff, like documents in the unique virtual machine box. Now data, pictures, and videos can be deployed in these boxes that self-replicate without worrying about running out of space. So when someone talks about decentralized cloud being the "disruptor for the disrupter," they really mean that it's like a superhero that can solve the problem of too many people and not having enough space to share their digital things.

Most experts believe that Web3 will need a decentralized cloud that can secure efficiently and store information in a way that enables machines to 'understand' data on the Web. Using ontologies and natural language processing techniques, the Semantic Web aims to provide a universal representation of information and enable intelligent machines to process and react to that information. 

Written by Sean Brehm

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