Like every year, the American giant has unveiled its ranking of search trends for the year 2023 in France.
It’s a tradition. Like every year, Google has unveiled its ranking of 2023 search trends in France. And if the word “Ukraine” appeared at the top of the list last year, it was “ChatGPT” which stole first place.
A first place which is not surprising, since artificial intelligence has been at the heart of all discussions since its creation on November 30, 2022. The recent news that Sam Altman, creator of ChatGPT, has been confronted with in recent weeks – he was fired from Open IA before returning five days later – worked in favor of the keyword. The revolutionary chatbot is notably ahead of searches on “the Hamas war in Israel”; “Disappearance of Émile”; “Ciarán Storm” and “Lina Disparition” in the top five places in the ranking. The search “Motion of censure” – which was mentioned during the pension reform – also appears in the top 10.
- GPT discussion
- War Israel Hamas
- Disappearance of Émile
- Storm Ciaran
- Disappearance of Lina
It is the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) striker, Killian Mbappé, who serves as a figurehead in the category. Transfer rumors, 2022 World Cup, Champions League, PSG… All subjects are good to discuss the captain of the France team. His counterpart in the XV of France, Antoine Dupont, is none other than his runner-up. The Blues fly-half, victim of a maxillo-zygomatic fracture during the World Cup, was the center of all attention during the competition. Actress Brigitte Bardot completes the podium, she who suffered from breathing difficulties last July.
- Kylian Mbappé
- Anthony Dupont
- Brigitte Bardot
- Amandine Pellissard
- Jeremy Renner
The disappearance of Jane Birkin was one of the most popular queries on Google in France. The Franco-British actress, singer, screenwriter and director occupies first place in the ranking dedicated to disappearances. American actor Matthew Perryacclaimed for his role as Chandler Bing in the television series Friends and Marwan Berreni, known for his incarnation of Abdel Fedala in the soap opera A more beautiful lifecomplete the podium.
- Jane Birkin
- Matthew Perry
- Marwan Berreni
- Tina Turner
- William Bats
A major sporting event of the year 2023, the Rugby World Cup has marked Google trends in France. Several matches were mentioned such as the quarter-final lost by the Blues and the opening match (France New Zealand). But on Google, the biggest French sporting rivalry remains that between Paris and Marseille. “OM/PSG” and “Marseille/Paris-SG” appear respectively in second and fourth place in this same ranking.
- France/South Africa
- France/New Zealand
Often linked to current French political and geopolitical events, the “why” questions relate to the earthquake that took place in Morocco and the – potential – aid from France, refused by the stricken country. The history of the war between Israel and Palestine is also called into question. Other questions, linked to daily life, have their place in this ranking: “Why is electricity increasing? While the fourth question in this ranking once again concerns football: “Why does Griezmann have pink hair? “.
- Why is Morocco refusing aid from France?
- Why the war in Israel?
- Why is electricity increasing?
- Why does Griezmann have pink hair?
- Why is Hamas attacking Israel?
On the gaming side, it’s Hogwarts Legacy who leads the debates. Hogwarts Legacy (in reference to Harry Potter), although absent from the nominations for the Games Awards on December 7, is one of the hits of the year 2023. The last Zelda Tears of the kingdom acts as dolphin in this ranking. The very promising – but ultimately disappointing – Star Field completes the podium.
- Hogwarts Legacy
- Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
- Star Field
- Diablo 4
- Assassin’s Creed Mirage