The United States is by far the country that uses ChatGPT the most. Around the 20% of all world traffic of the OpenAI portal comes from this country, according to a measurement published this week by semrusha digital presence analysis platform.
They were followed on the list by Germany, France, India, Brazil and the United Kingdom. Spain, at the time the study was carried out, was in seventh place. She was ahead of Canada, Italy and the Philippines.
Traffic to the OpenAI website was mainly driven by ChatGPT, but also by its DALL-E imaging tool. Last January, they registered 800 million visitors. By February, the number had almost doubled: 1.4 billion. In March? The figure reached 1.9 billion.
The analysis ensures that 83% of the world’s traffic comes from users between the ages of 18 and 34. “The data confirms just how explosive the popularity of ChatGPT has been,” said Fernando Angulo, Senior Market Research Manager at Semrush, in a press release.
OpenAI is among the most trafficked sites in the world thanks to ChatGPT
All web presence analytics agree: the growth of ChatGPT and OpenAI is meteoric. OpenAI entered the world’s 50 most visited websites in February. At the end of March, it was already within the first 18, according to Similarweb. the signature USB noted that “in the 20 years since the advent of the Internet, we cannot recall such rapid advancement of a consumer Internet application.”
Semrush, in addition to measuring OpenAI traffic thanks to ChatGPT, also analyzed some user interests regarding the chatbot and AI. For example, global online searches for “open ai jobs” (AI job offers) grew by 1,971% year-on-year last January.
It’s not all enthusiasm. The search “will AI take my job“(AI will get my job) grew 700% year-over-year in January.”What jobs will AI replace” (which jobs will AI replace) also skyrocketed: 1011% more for the same period.
Labor concerns about ChatGPT surfaced almost immediately after its release. In fact, OpenAI has reviewed the issue in some of the reports on its developments. According to one of these analyses, among the professions that could be most affected by the new technology are Mathematicians, Accountants, Journalists, Legal Secretaries and Administrative Assistants.