Web 3.0 is different from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 in many ways. While Web 1.0 focused on static content, Web 2.0 emphasised interactivity and user-generated content more. Web 3.0 is the next evolution of the internet, focusing on a more personalized and interconnected user experience. According to Danish Jafri, it is an evolution of the existing web architectures that enable a deeper level of user engagement and a better understanding of the user’s behaviour and preferences. Web 3.0 is built on a combination of semantic technologies, cutting-edge search algorithms, and artificial intelligence, allowing for a more proactive user experience.