A recent survey by Morgan Stanley revealed a surprisingly low use of AI chatbots, including ChatGPT and Bard.
Despite popular belief, a surprisingly small number of people are using AI chatbots like ChatGPT and Bard. recent survey Powered by Morgan Stanley.
The study, which was conducted in April of this year, included 2 000 people and focused on AI adoption in addition to people’s willingness to use new AI tools such as ChatGPT and Bard.
The results revealed that only 19 percent of study participants said they have used ChatGPT before, while only 9 percent of respondents have used the Google Bard chatbot.
Furthermore, the survey showed that a majority of people who are not currently using chatbots expressed reluctance to use AI tools in the next six months.
These findings are surprising given that ChatGPT has determined record For the fastest growing user base and AI chatbots – including Bard – have become a hot topic among tech users overnight.
A chart from the study further reveals that users prefer ChatGPT over Bard, as 4 percent of respondents rely on ChatGPT daily, while only 1 percent opt to use Bard.
The Morgan Stanley analysts behind the survey emphasized that the surprisingly low user engagement with chatbots may be due to the fact that the tools are still in their early stages.
According to business InsiderThe report shows that chatbot users are primarily interested in using AI tools to gain knowledge and learn more about certain topics.
Additionally, some early AI adopters commonly use it to research new products, price comparisons and online purchases, which makes AI a useful tool in e-commerce and an opportunity for companies to increase revenue.
However, the study further clarifies that a majority of people (56 percent) still rely on simpler and more popular search engines such as Google Search for money-related tasks, including online shopping and travel.