Opera Browser to Integrate ChatGPT Chatbot in its sidebar

Opera Browser to Integrate ChatGPT Chatbot

Opera has announced the addition of a ChatGPT-powered tool to its browser’s sidebar. The feature, called “shorten,” a button in the address bar that will be able to use AI to generate short summaries of any webpage or article so that you can more quickly extract the details you are interested in, without having to read the entire text. The feature is a part of the company’s broader plans to integrate AI tools into its browser, just like what Microsoft’s currently doing with Edge. The company plans on adding more features to make the browsing experience better.

This news just comes after the big tech companies Google and Microsoft are already fighting a battle in the field of generative AI.

As first tech Giant Microsoft has already started integrating ChatGPT into its both Bing search engine and Edge browser. On the other hand, Google has started developing its own AI chatbot, Bard. Opera is integrating ChatGPT into its sidebar.

Opera on its blogpost announced that;

Opera announced today the upcoming integration of AI-generated content (AIGC) services into its PC and mobile browsers. Opera is also taking steps towards expanding its existing AI program into AIGC for its browser, news and gaming products through its own solutions and new as well as existing partnerships.

New AI-based services are reshaping both what products can do and what users expect from them. The interest in AI services has surged with ChatGPT recently surpassing 100 million users in record time. Opera’s forthcoming AI integration follows the browser’s track record of giving users direct access to the internet’s most in-demand platforms, such as TikTok, Telegram, and WhatsApp.

Further Opera added that;

“In more than 25 years of our company’s history, we have always been at the forefront of browser innovation. Whether inventing browser tabs or providing our users with built-in access to generative AI tools, we always push the limits of what’s possible on the web,” said Song Lin, Co-CEO of Opera. “Following the mass interest in generative AI tools, we believe it’s now time for browsers to step up and become the gateway to an AI-powered web”.

“We see the rise of Generative Intelligence as the beginning of a new future in which consumer app developers like Opera will be able to build experiences on top of AI-based platforms”.

“We are excited to see the rapid roll-out of developer programs for solutions such as Google Bard, for example, and are starting to build and roll out new experiences in web browsing that not very long ago seemed impossible to achieve,” added Per Wetterdal, Head of Strategic Partnerships and AI ecosystem”.




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