Numbers For Chatgpt Are Down From Their High In June

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The Washington Post stated that statistics from analytics company Similarweb showed a 10% decline in worldwide mobile and desktop traffic for the generative artificial intelligence (AI) application between May and June.

Additionally, analytics firm Sensor Tower notes that downloads of ChatGPT’s iPhone app have been steadily declining since spiking in early June.

Several probable reasons for user churn were cited in the Post article: As ChatGPT gained popularity, its upkeep costs rose, leading OpenAI to make adjustments to reduce expenses. It is also conceivable that fewer students are utilizing it to write papers now that school is out for the summer.

According to data from analytics firm Similarweb, the Washington Post reported that from May to June, global mobile and desktop traffic for the generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool decreased by over 10%. 

Additionally, analytics company Sensor Tower reports that since peaking in early June, downloads of ChatGPT’s iPhone app have been progressively falling.

The Post story listed a few potential user drop-off causes: The cost of maintaining ChatGPT increased as it became more popular, forcing OpenAI to make changes to cut costs. It’s also possible that since school is out for the summer, fewer kids are using it to compose papers.