- Data analysis group Domo has published its annual “Data Never Sleeps” report.
- Domo tracked the world’s data usage throughout the year, revealing significant increases in activity on various online platforms.
- According to the report, we spent 1.3 trillion hours on the internet in 2023 alone.
Data analysis group Domowhich he shares every yearData Never Sleeps” published his report. Domo tracked the world’s data usage throughout the year, revealing significant increases in activity on various online platforms. The annual Data Never Sleeps infographic offers a great look at the massive volume of data produced on the internet every minute. It also shows how data is constantly evolving and changing as people interact with digital platforms. According to the report, we spent 1.3 trillion hours on the internet in 2023 alone.
“This year’s findings reflect the ever-changing and fast-paced digital environment, further enhanced by the rapid popularity of AI models like ChatGPT,” said Josh James, founder and CEO of Domo. Data; “It shows everything we do, from doing a quick search on the internet, sending an email, to checking breaking news on our way to work.” He included his words.
artificial intelligence explosion
Artificial intelligence is making big waves in the digital world. AI-driven platforms like ChatGPT are reshaping the way we work and communicate. Users send 6,944 requests to AI every minute. However, users have not given up their search engine habits. More than 6.3 million searches are made on Google every minute. Last year, this rate was 5.9 million.
The number of users of X, which was 347,000 last year, has reached 360,000 per minute this year. Spotify users listen to music for 24,000 hours without interruption. Instagram users send more than 694,000 reels via DM every 60 seconds. Digital spending continues to expand. E-commerce giant Amazon sells more than $455,000 per minute. On the other hand, as digital activities increase, cyber security threats also increase. Cyber criminals launch 30 DDoS attacks per minute. This highlights the need for strong online security measures to protect individuals and businesses.
Compiled by: Nazlı Koyuncu