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ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, experienced a drop in website traffic over the summer but saw an increase in August as students returned to school seeking homework help. Similarweb reported a 10% drop in traffic in May, 15% in June, and 4% in July in the US. The percentage of users in the 18-24 age bracket also decreased from 30% in April to less than 27% by July. This surge in traffic post the start of the academic year has raised concerns, as ChatGPT is being used for tasks like plagiarism and generating instant homework content, posing challenges for educational institutions.

ChatGPT sees a surge in website traffic as schools reopen

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ChatGPT witnesses a surge in website traffic as students return to school and seek help from the AI chatbot for their homework.

As per the reports of Similarweb, ChatGPT’s traffic dropped over the summer. However, since the start of August, the traffic is now increasing. A possible explanation for this is the return of students to school.

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As per Similarweb, “in the US, traffic dropped 10% in May, 15% in June, and another 4% in July, while over those same months the percentage of users in the 18-24 year age bracket – which had been pushing 30% in April – dropped to less than 27% by July”.

The surge in traffic post the start of the academic year in schools is alarming for many. From plagiarism to generating content for homework instantly, ChatGPT has been giving a tough time to educational institutes.

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