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In a 2001 Scientific American article, Sir Tim Berners-Lee shares his vision for the World Wide Web which he believes will solve most of humankind’s “most complex problems" (Berners-Lee et al. 2001). In this chapter, we provide an update on the evolution of web 3.0 and Berners-Lee’s ideas for a semantic web - two separate terms that many believe are synonymous, while others dispute if they even exist. In addition, we reflect on what web 3.0 means for health librarians and whether there are new roles for us in shaping its future.