Opera Collaborates with OpenAI to Further AI-Generated Content Ambitions

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Opera has announced a collaboration with OpenAI for an AI-powered browser.

Opera will be able to get personalized support from OpenAI’s research team.

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Opera has announced today a collaboration with OpenAI, the artificial intelligence research lab behind ChatGPT. This announcement comes two weeks after Opera shared its plans to integrate AI-generated content services into its browser as it enters the AIGC space to compete with Google and Bing.

With this collaboration, Opera aims to integrate artificial intelligence and generative computing technologies into its products. By integrating OpenAI’s API, Opera will gain access to OpenAI’s artificial intelligence models and access personalized support from OpenAI’s research team. According to a press release, this will help the Oslo-based browser company to fine-tune the upcoming versions of its PC and mobile browser to suit the needs of web users. 

Opera intends to integrate widely used AI-generated content services into its browser sidebar. Additionally, the company is actively developing new features that will leverage these generative-AI-powered capabilities to enhance the browsing experience. 

One of the first features to be tested is a new “Shorten” button that will appear in the address bar. This button will utilize AI to generate short summaries of web pages or articles.

“We are at the brink of a new era of creativity on the Web with generative AI. As the use cases are starting to be developed, we are reshaping our browser to allow our users to tap into the potential of AI in the best possible way,”

said Krystian Kolondra, Opera’s EVP of PC Browser and Gaming.

Besides adding AI capabilities to its browser, Opera has also been adding web3 features. The web browser company recently partnered with Unstoppable Domains to browse and create websites with Unstoppable domain endings such as .crypto, .zil domains, .x, .nft, and .wallet.

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Cindy Tan

Cindy is a journalist at Metaverse Post, focusing on interviews with Web3 industry players. A keen trendspotter, she's always on the lookout for the next big thing in the Web3 space. If you want the right eyeballs on your projects in the space, get in touch via [email protected]

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