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    AI Gains Momentum in Google Search Interest

    The latest data from Google Trends reveals that global search interest in “AI” has reached an all-time high, indicating the growing fascination with artificial intelligence. However, despite this surge, AI has yet to match the feverish search interest that Bitcoin experienced in 2017. Interestingly, the story takes a different turn in China.

    Over the past few months, AI has been making waves in headlines, with some considering it the latest “tech fad” following the hype around cryptocurrencies and the metaverse. Just recently, OpenAI executives shared their prediction that AI will surpass human expertise in most domains within the next decade.

    Although the search interest for AI has reached a peak level of 89 on Google Trends globally, it falls short of the peak search interest of 100 that Bitcoin achieved in December 2017, during its price surge towards $20,000. Mark Schilsky, a technology specialist at Alliance Bernstein, highlighted that AI still has a long way to go to match the absolute hype surrounding Bitcoin, based on his analysis of search trends in the United States.

    Schilsky conducted a comparative analysis of the three most buzzworthy segments in the tech industry over the past decade: “AI,” “metaverse,” and “Bitcoin.” He found that the peak search volume for “Bitcoin” exceeded that of AI so far.

    While AI continues to generate significant interest, it remains to be seen whether it can reach the same level of public fascination that Bitcoin achieved during its explosive rise. The landscape of technology trends is constantly evolving, and AI’s potential impact on various industries is driving its prominence in search queries. As advancements in AI continue to unfold, it is likely that its search interest will continue to climb, possibly even surpassing the search fervor witnessed during the Bitcoin craze.

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