Let the rhythm not stop: Opera integrates ChatGPT in its web browser

Operate with ChatGPT

Patricia Manterola already sang it in the 90s: «That the rhythm does not stop, it does not stop». The pace of the AI ​​seems to be holding steady, if not increasing, and with each passing day we get one or more news about ChatGPT or a rival to it. Just yesterday, Google Opened the possibility/waiting list to use Bard, the same day that Microsoft presented its image maker based on OpenAI's DALL-E. Today, not to vary, there is more news related to artificial intelligence, in this case about Opera.

My impression, personal and non-transferable, is that news about Opera has been in the background since Vivaldi came into being, a browser created by its ex-CEO and which is in the news due to the number of useful changes for existing users that it adds to each version. But the truth is that there are many people who are satisfied with this browser, and more than will be from now on: has integrated Chat GPT with commands for artificial intelligence and a new sidebar.

Opera, the second browser to integrate ChatGPT

There are two ways to interact with ChatGPT in the new Opera: with commands and in a side menu. The commands are Explore, Briefly explain, Explain this article, ELI5 (explain to me like I'm 5 years old), Shorten, Show me more relevant content, Create a tweet, Tweet this website as…, What's the main point, Write a haiku and Tell me a joke.

The official account of the browser on YouTube has published an explanatory video about this novelty:

Although it has been announced, the function is now in experimental phase, and disabled by default. To activate it, you have to go to the settings/functions and activate the AI ​​Prompts, which will activate this type of command and a ChatGPT icon will appear in the side panel. The panel option is a direct link to the OpenAI chat, so it is necessary to have an account and be logged in to use it.

With all this, Opera becomes the second web browser to integrate artificial intelligence, the first being Microsoft's Edge. It seems that it is a matter of time before the rest follow them.

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  1.   Diego German Gonzalez said

    We are going to have ChatGPT even in minesweeper.