Top Tech News: ChatGPT Rules AI, Captures 60% of Traffic

Top Tech News: ChatGPT Rules AI, Captures 60% of Traffic

In the world of artificial intelligence, ChatGPT leads with a staggering 60% of global traffic

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What's New Today: Junior Assistant Vacancy at IIM Lucknow Admission Office

Fast-Track Insights: Bitcoin Breaks US$45K Barrier for the First Time Since April 2022

The top 50 artificial intelligence (AI) products had over 24 billion visits between September 2022 and August 2023, according to a recent survey, with OpenAI's chatbotChatGPT generating 60% of the industry traffic. This translates to a rise of 236.3 million visitors on a monthly average. According to research by Sujan Sarkar of, of this enormous amount, ChatGPT alone accounted for 14 billion traffic, or 60% of the traffic examined.

Online applications are being accepted from interested and qualified applicants for the job of Junior Assistant for the Admissions Office at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow Noida Campus. The role is available on a contract basis for an 11-month duration. The role is open to candidates with a graduate degree from a reputable university or institute recognized by the UGC, with a minimum of 55% of the possible points or an equivalent CGPA. The position requires at least three years of post-graduation job experience, ideally in IIMs/IITs or other higher education institutions, computer operations expertise, and strong written and spoken English communication skills.

The banking and finance services are undergoing a change driven by artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial Intelligence is improving fraud detection, risk assessment, and customer service in the banking sector. Similar to this, the finance sector is using AI to plan financial investments and make data-driven decisions. These industries are changing as a result of AI integration, becoming more customer-focused and efficient.  Read More

On the first day of the new year, the price of bitcoin (BTC) shot up more than 6%, breaking $45,000 for the first time since early April 2022. As it has over the previous several weeks, the rise higher seems to be driven by expectations that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will approve the introduction of numerous spot bitcoin ETFs. According to a Reuters story published over the weekend, the regulatory body may start informing ETF sponsors on Tuesday that their applications will be accepted.

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