Opera browser adds ChatGPT and AI summarization features

Just a few weeks after Microsoft launched Chatbot supports GPT-4 into its Edge browser, Opera is following suit and integrating the generic AI chatbots powered by ChatGPT and ChatSonic into the Opera and Opera GX desktop browsers. The browser maker says these new tools are available in early access across all desktop platforms.

Opera is also rolling out a feature that allows you to create AI prompts by highlighting a text on a web page or typing them out. These chatbots can also summarize articles or websites, write social media posts for you, or help you brainstorm ideas via prompts. Users must enable “AI prompts” manually through settings to use this feature.

The company, which is owned by a Chinese corporation, is also integrating ChatGPT and ChatSonic into the browser sidebar. While ChatGPT can also work with text, Opera says ChatSonic’s bot — powered by GPT-4 — can also let users create images from text inputs.

“AI-generated content is a game changer for web browsing. Our goal is to use these technologies to give users new browsing superpowers – reimagining the way they learn, create, and research. Opera is actively expanding its AI program into AIGC for browser, news and gaming products through its own solutions and new and existing partnerships,” said Joanna Czajka, Opera’s product manager said in a statement.

The company says it plans to announce more AI-powered features in the future, powered by its own GPT-based model.

With the prevalence of generalized AI, more browsers can follow and integrate some kind of AI-powered tools. Recently, Brave introduced summerization features in its search serviceand the company says it’s been testing AI-focused features for its browser.


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