The Opera browser will also have an AI ChatGPT bot

The Opera browser will also have an AI ChatGPT bot

AI bot ChatGPT to be integrated into Opera browser, reports CNBC citing information from the Chinese company Kunlun Tech, which owns the browser. The company did not say when the project will be implemented and whether the innovation will affect the mobile versions of Opera for iOS and Android.

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Since its debut, the ChatGPT bot developed by OpenAI has enjoyed widespread popularity – the tech giants had to react quickly, and now chatbots are taking over web searches from Microsoft and Google. According to Statcounter, Google Chrome was the world’s most popular browser in January with a 65.4% market share, while Opera was only sixth with a 2.4% market share. In the third quarter, Opera’s audience was about 321 million monthly active users – during the period, the Game Browser project helped the developer grow revenue by 28% on an annualized basis to $85.3 million.

Securities owned by Opera Chinese Kunlun Tech are traded on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. In December, the company announced its intention to release the source codes of AI systems that generate music and images. Over the past year, Kunlun Tech’s stock is up 40%, while shares of Nasdaq-listed Opera are up just 10%.

Chinese tech giants Baidu and Alibaba also recently announced work on their own ChatGPT counterparts.


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