A very succinct 4 minute video from Dutch think tank ECP-EPN which provides a clear layman's view of how the internet is evolving to become ubiquitous as intelligent agents interact with everything from washing machines to intelligent devices.
I have a slight issue with the term 'Web 3.0' given that the web is essentially browser based - we are arguably discussing 'internet 3.0 appliances' - but this little video clearly discusses how all sorts of devices will communicate and collaborate with each other as your intelligent agent.
We are in some cases reaching saturation point with 2.0 web technologies around efficient use of technologies and time to achieve goals, and this has major ramifications for group collaboration.
The personal capital benefits of internet technologies are time efficiencies, awareness and knowledge, and the more efficiently intelligent agents can learn and intuit our needs and actions the more valuable they become.
Before getting sucked into the minutae of 2.0 technologies it's always good to take a longer view of how the internet is evolving and scanning the horizon for strategic benefits - this video is well worth digesting for those reasons alone....