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I'm not sure I like this definition of Web 3.0.

If I had to define Web Versions, it would be defined by the type of communication and interactions:

Web 1.0: Person to Audience
Web 2.0: Person to Person
Web 3.0: A fallacy of imagination.

What is being discussed with web 3.0 is the ways that we are willing to let technology decide what we will see and not see based on our past behavior in anticipation of future behavior.

This is a formula that will not be able to keep up with rapidly changing behavior, especially if someone is not a web denizen.

Web 3.0 should not be concerned with recommendations from either because that is Web 2.0, and recommendations from machines I think will be extraordinarily self-limiting to think that a machine can adequately help us grow as people.

More definitions?
Web 1.0: Information
Web 2.0: Entertainment and Community
Web 3.0: Computer algorithms recommending things for humans.
Web 4.0: Computers deciding what humans will see and who they will interact with.
Web 5.0: Computers working with other computers completely autonomously.


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