It depends on what is making the request, but in most cases, no.
We do not actually increment view count by the simple act of loading the page. Instead, upon the page loading, your browser needs to be able to send a request to another /ivc path, which is what actually processes the view and increments the view count (as well as any potential referral count).
We also explicitly have a
Disallow: /*/ivc/* rule in our robots.txt file, so any bot that respects those rules will not follow that path to increment the view count regardless of its processing technique. We additionally try to detect search engines and throw a 404 page to them, but this won't catch all bots.