Artificial intelligence is becoming more widely used every day. The chatbots that help us in every facet of business are the latest iteration of a technology that first appeared in our lives as straightforward voice assistants. Large technological corporations have already started taking action in order to capitalize on this trend.
While Google began employing its own chatbot, Bard, Microsoft actively invested in the development of ChatGPT and integrated it into its own applications. Opera is currently integrating ChatGPT into its sidebar. Here are the specifics…
Unquestionably, one of the world’s most useful browsers is Opera. It has a wide variety of tools, and the corporation releases new ones virtually daily. ChatGPT, a well-liked AI chatbot from recent times, is the newest addition.
A ChatGPT-powered feature that creates condensed summaries of web pages and articles is being added to Opera’s sidebar. The “Shorten” function is a part of the company’s larger initiatives to include AI features into its browser, much like Microsoft is doing with Edge.
ChatGPT is quite simple to use, as you can see in the little video posted on Opera’s official YouTube channel. By clicking the “Shorten” button to the right of the address bar, you can make the functionality active. Following that, a ChatGPT sidebar will appear on the left and create a tidy, bulleted summary of the article or webpage you’re watching.
“We are excited to see the rapid roll-out of developer programs for solutions like 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,” says Per Wetterdal, head of Opera’s strategic partnerships and AI ecosystem. But not everyone has access to the “shorten” feature yet. However, it is anticipated to open to all very soon.