AI is taking over the world, and the web is no exception. Microsoft and Google have already powered their browsers with AI, and now Opera is joining the fray with its new browser AI called Aria. “Natively built into the browser, Aria marks the beginning of a new kind of browsing experience,” says Opera in a blog post.
Opera Aria is here to take on Microsoft Edge
The Aria is not an entirely new browser. Instead, it is an AI service that is integrated into the Opera One desktop browser and the beta version of its Android browser. What makes it interesting is that it takes advantage of OpenAI’s GPT technology.
According to Opera, the new browser AI will allow users to “enhance their creativity and productivity.” The AI is based on Opera’s own “Composer” infrastructure which harnesses the power of OpenAI’s GPT. The company has also enhanced it by adding extra abilities such as adding live results from the web.
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This makes Aria both a web and a browser expert. It allows you to collaborate with AI while looking for information on the web, or generating text or code. Moreover, Aria has knowledge about Opera’s whole database of support documentation. So it can use this knowledge to answer your questions about its products or services.
“With Aria, Opera users can now access the power of generative AI for free. This is just the beginning, and there are many more capabilities to come.”
Opera’s development on AI Browser or Browser AI
Opera has been experimenting with AI for a while. They previously used ChatGPT technology in a sidebar on their desktop browser, which offered access to AI prompts.
They later released a new browser called Opera One which harnesses the power of AI through new tools and features. And Aria is another AI-powered tool from Opera. Users can access Aria by using Opera One. The browser is available in over 180 countries. You can also test it out in the beta version of the browser for Android. But to gain access to Aria, users must create an account with Opera.