ChatGPT sees surge in website traffic as schools reopen

ChatGPT has seen a surge in website traffic as students return to school and seek help from AI chatbots with their homework.

According to the report of similarweb, ChatGPTT’s traffic fell over the summer. However, since the beginning of August the traffic is now increasing. One possible explanation for this is the return of students to school.

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According to SimilarWeb, “In the US, traffic declined 10% in May, 15% in June and 4% in July, while the percentage of users aged 18-24 in the same months – which was leading in April. 30% – falling to less than 27% by July”.

The increase in traffic in schools after the start of the academic year is worrying for many. From plagiarism to creating instant content for homework, ChatGPT is giving a tough time to educational institutions.