Socialization on the verge of Web 3.0: Social computing

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    Today, a computer that is not connected to the internet appears to be broken, so we explain what is social computing, its benefits, definition, types, examples.Social computing is a branch of computer science that studies how people interact with computers and computational systems. Computing is inherently a social activity. Networks connect people for research, education, commerce, and entertainment. Today, a computer that is not connected to the internet appears to be broken—what can we do