Opera has made public the plans to include AI-generated content offerings into its PC and mobile browsers. The announcement came on Twitter.
Soon, the browser will include “Shorten,” a ChatGPT-powered tool for summarizing articles and webpages. This comes after Microsoft recently released a Bing search engine and an Edge browser that both use ChatGPT.
This is a response to the overwhelming volume of difficult-to-process online content. Opera will offer a more streamlined and pertinent browsing experience by giving users access to AI services like ChatGPT and by creating a tool that filters and summaries content for users.
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For its browser, news, and gaming applications, Opera is attempting to extend its AI programme into AI-generated content.
It will accomplish this by developing its own solutions and forming alliances with both old and new companies. The need for AI services has increased dramatically, as seen by ChatGPT’s record-breaking 100 million user milestone.