(CTN News) – Opera has recently introduced a brand new AI side panel called Aria powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The feature was designed to give users an easier way to find relevant information on the web.
It was also designed to generate text or code, or receive information about products. It’s also worth noting that Aria has an extensive knowledge of Opera itself, as she has access to the entire support database as well as a wealth of other knowledge.
Despite the fact that the service is free and up-to-date, it is only limited to content uploaded before 2021 now that it is accessible over the internet. Aria is currently available for testing in more than 180 countries.
The latest version of One or the latest beta version of the Aria browser for Android can be downloaded in order for users to test the Aria browser, as well as the latest version of Opera One.
You will be notified via email or within the product about the status of your whitelisting, if you do not already have a Opera account, and you will need to create one if you do not already have one.
After having been whitelisted, users will be able to access Aria through the settings of for Android beta or through the sidebar of One’s browser.
Opera has already launched generative AI chatbots, powered by ChatGPT and ChatSonic, which are integrated into its desktop browsers,
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These generative AI chatbots are an extension of existing artificial intelligence features.
With the new feature that the company has introduced, users can also create AI prompts by selecting text from a website or typing it in using the company’s new tool.
It is possible to use these chatbots to summarize articles or webpages, write social media posts for users, or assist users in coming up with ideas using prompts.
In last month’s Opera One launch, Opera announced that the new version of its flagship browser is redesigned and has elements that will help make it ready for a future that is based on generative artificial intelligence.
The company aims to integrate Aria even more into in future versions of the browser, with the aim of being natively incorporated into the browser to allow users to perform cross-browser tasks.