Both OpenAI, the research organization that developed ChatGPT, and ChatGPT itself are the object of much buzz on social media: OpenAI registered more than one million actions on social media in January 2023 – double the number it generated in the entire fourth quarter of 2022. For ChatGPT, the numbers are even higher, with 9.2 million actions in January 2023, a 330% increase compared to Q4 2022. These trends are reflected in the chart a keyword cloud below.
How do people access ChatGPT?
A measure of this can be approximated through the number of people who visited OpenAI’s website – either through desktop or mobile devices. Specifically, OpenAI.com received over 24 million unique visitors in India as of January 2023. Mobile was the most popular platform for accessing the website, with over 20 million unique visitors, compared with 3.6 million on desktop devices. On average, Mobile users also spend more time on OpenAI’s website – 22.1 minutes per visitor per month – compared to 11.5 minutes per visitor per month on desktop.
What about OpenAI.com’s audience profile?
A demographic breakdown of OpenAI’s audience shows that those aged 15-24 years old are the most over-represented: OpenAI’s reach within this group (at 8.9%) is nearly two times higher (UV composition index = 188) than its average reach on the internet (at 4.7%).
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*Number of actions (i.e., reactions, shares, comments, retweets, favorites, loves) is calculated across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube.
**Composition index UV compares the proportion of a user profile on a given site to the proportion of this profile across the whole internet. So, if a user profile corresponds to 20% of a site’s audience but 10% of all internet users, then Composition index UV = 20% / 10% x 100 = 200