It was the delivery of the "consideration economy". So where does that dwell us for the net 3.0? I believe to deserve such a reputation, it needs to be a significant shift in how we entry data. Sure, an AR system that is accessible by a excessive proportion of the inhabitants, mild and worn all the time, à la Black Mirror, would work there. But I don't suppose we're anywhere near that. I'd add that the online 3.Zero does not have to be "higher" by any type of moral assessment, it simply needs to substitute the online 2.0 as our way to access data. So what could be the next shift in how we access information? If you've got not heard of chatGPT, I don't know beneath what rock you're dwelling. I will not bore you with the detail of how it works as I assume anybody who furiously clicked on this article already has fairly a understanding of the topic.
With that stated, I've found myself fairly connected to that new interface to access info. Whereas googling requires - Thinking of a query that's generic enough to yield outcomes - Filtering via pages of Seo generated content material, often with numerous ads - Reading the content that will usually dilute the data you're searching for in the middle of an enormous wall of textual content, once more for Seo functions. Searching on chat GPT means I can make a question specific to my situation. I hear you. "The knowledge could be incorrect". It occurs. Recently I looked for an Onsen closed to the town of Zao in Japan and ChatGPT recommended one 5 hours away, telling me it was a strolling distance. But truthfully, simply taking a grain of salt with the information given, and probably verifying it with a subsequent search looks as if an efficient way to get data. One might say ok.