The PC and mobile browsers from Opera will soon feature AI-generated content offerings. The ChatGPT-powered “Shorten” tool, which condenses articles and webpages, will soon be available in the browser. This comes after Microsoft recently unveiled the Edge browser and the Bing search engine, both of which make use of ChatGPT.
Opera browser experience with ChatGPT powered AI-Generated content services
With new AI-powered capabilities, Opera hopes to improve the surfing experience by incorporating AI-generated content offerings into its browser. The first function being tested is “Shorten,” a button in the address bar that uses AI technology to produce concise summaries of articles or webpages.
This is a response to the overwhelming volume of difficult-to-process online stuff. Opera offers a more streamlined and pertinent browsing experience by giving users access to AI services like ChatGPT and creating a tool that filters and summarises content for users.
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 businesses. The need for AI services has increased dramatically, as seen by ChatGPT’s record-breaking 100 million user milestone.
The integration of AI technology by Opera is consistent with its history of giving consumers direct access to well-known online services like TikTok, Telegram, and WhatsApp.
Song Lin, Opera’s co-CEO, said in the announcement,
Krystian Kolondra, EVP PC Browsers and Gaming at Opera, commented on the AI solutions, saying,
Per Wetterdal, head of strategic partnerships and the AI ecosystem, commented on the AI experience, saying,