Data and Research

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Threads User Count: Latest Numbers & Records Broken

October 25, 2023

Threads, the new X (Twitter) rival from Meta, saw its user count grow at a record-breaking pace over the first few days after launching and currently has almost 100 million monthly active users.

By comparison, it took 5 days after launch before ChatGPT had just 1 million users.

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Hugging Face Valuation, Revenue, and Key Stats (2024)

January 30, 2024

Hugging Face is fast becoming the go-to place for open-source AI, with some referring to it as the open-source alternative to ChatGPT and the "GitHub of AI."

They have a library with a mind-boggling 120,000 pre-trained models and 20,000 datasets. And they raised $235 million in August, giving Hugging Face a fresh valuation of $4.5 billion.

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Number of ChatGPT Users and Key Stats (April 2024)

April 12, 2024

OpenAI’s ChatGPT has forever altered the direction of technology and how we work.

With the recent CEO drama behind it and a new board of directors, this year has the potential to be another year filled with ChatGPT advancements and breakthroughs.

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How Many Users Does Bluesky Have? 32+ Bluesky Stats (2024)

April 10, 2024

Bluesky made headlines last year and user growth has been steady since then, largely thanks to unpopular changes made on X by Musk.

In fact, Bluesky currently has over 5.4 million users. And the count is rising quickly now that the private beta period has ended.

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35 Must-Know Nail Salon Stats and Trends

August 5, 2022

Did you know that before nail care became popular in the 1970s, manicurists were seen as being “gossipmongers”?

Manicures were also so expensive that only the wealthy could afford them.