ChatGPT by OpenAI is increasing its presence on the web every day. Even though it is not a traditional search engine like Google, chatbot recorded over 1.6 billion visitors in March. The brand makes it the fourth largest search engine, ahead of Microsoft Bing and DuckDuckGo.
Alibaba Introduces AI Chatbot to Compete with ChatGPT
The data was published by the website Similar Web, which specializes in traffic analysis. From the published graphs, it is clear how the popularity of ChatGPT is growing exponentially every month. Currently The chatbot is second only to Google, Baidu and Yandex in terms of the number of views and search queries. Microsoft is investing in OpenAI and has placed the chatbot on the Bing search engine, which has provided the platform with a significant increase in popularity. Bing is getting more hits every month and moving further and further away from DuckDuckGo (despite not getting closer to ChatGPT and other search engines).
In the chart above, you can see how the data (based on estimates) shows the growth of ChatGPT. this first image does not include Google, which is far superior to all other competitors.
Google remains the most used search engine
While ChatGPT is becoming more and more mainstream, companies like Google are also eyeing AI and investing in Bard, a ChatGPT competitor powered by LaMDA (a language model for conversational applications), the conversational model of big technologies. When we compare accesses made on the Google platform with other search engines and ChatGPT, we see that they are all smoothed close to search engine with nearly 80 billion hits per month.
Even if Bard doesn’t have the same popularity and performance as ChatGPT, Google remains the most popular search engine on the planet, rapidly gaining momentum and unrivaled by other search engines. If the company manages to get Bard into its search engine, it will have a hard time beating Google in web searches.
Even without being a search engine per se, the growing popularity of ChatGPT shows companies that users are looking for news. While some important people in the technology sector, such as Elon Musk, are concerned about the development of AI, Bill Gates is one of those who support its widespread development, including recently saying that “The Age of AI has begun.”
Continuation after commercial
Google Bard adds related themes when interacting with the tool
Updates to Google Bard promise more user experience and show topics related to conversations.
Source: Similar Network
Source: Mundo Conectado
Donald Salinas is an experienced automobile journalist and writer for Div Bracket. He brings his readers the latest news and developments from the world of automobiles, offering a unique and knowledgeable perspective on the latest trends and innovations in the automotive industry.