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ChatGPT rapidly penetrating in Pakistan amongst youth

ChatGPT rapidly penetrating

Recently launched Artificial Intelligence-based chatbot _ ChatGPT is rapidly penetrating amongst youth in Pakistan.

In Pakistan, ChatGPT is now popular like Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter.

The ChatGPT (developed by OpenAI) has achieved a remarkable milestone within a short span of time. The ChatGPT is outmatching established apps such as Instagram, TikTok, WhatsApp, and Facebook.

Similarweb, a renowned ranking service for internet services and websites, ranks ChatGPT at 7th position among the popular websites for Pakistani internet users.

This ranking places ChatGPT ahead of Instagram at 8th position, Twitter at 9th position, and TikTok at 10th. This trend shows the rapidly growing acceptance and usage of AI-powered conversational agents in Pakistan’s digital landscape.

Globally, OpenAI’s website secures the 17th spot with astounding 1.90 billion visits in the month of May alone.

Notably, over 81% of the visitors fall within the age range of 18 to 44 years, indicating ChatGPT’s widespread appeal among young and tech-savvy individuals worldwide.

The rapid success of ChatGPT is connected to its wide range of capabilities. Its users can leverage the chatbot to easily access desired information, generate content, and perform various tasks.

Its intuitive interface and powerful AI technology have made it an invaluable tool for individuals seeking instant answers, article writing assistance, and more.

YouTube a widely used network in Pakistan

YouTube has become a widely used social media platform in Pakistan.

For example, in 2021-22, the number of YouTube users in Pakistan expanded to more than 71 million. It is equal to one-fourth of country’s population as per the latest data of the Digital Census carried out a few weeks ago.

Google owns the YouTube network, the leading social media platform for sharing videos.

The rapid penetration of smartphones in Pakistan encouraged the usage of YouTube.

The economic survey also highlights social media and internet landscape in the country, revealing interesting statistics about user preferences and trends.

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