Web browser Opera is planning to incorporate ChatGPT
Opera ranks among the top five mobile browsers by market share worldwide, according to Statcounter.
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BEIJING — The right web browser Opera is planning to integrate ChatGPT into its products, parent company of Opera Kunlun technology announced on Wednesday.
No details have been shared about when or whether functions will be available across all Opera products — including desktop and mobile browsers for iOS and iOS. Android.
News comes like Microsoft And Google this week announced merger plan artificial intelligence chatbot technology with their own search engine. ChatGPT, developed by Microsoft-backed OpenAI, has become popular since its release in late November.
Google’s Chrome browser has the largest market share worldwide with 65.4%, while Microsoft’s Edge browser has 4.5% market share, according to Statcount data for January.
Data shows that Opera ranks sixth in the global browser market with a 2.4% market share.
Norway-based Opera, which also operates a specialized gaming browser, had an average of 321 million monthly active users as of the third quarter. The company said its game browser business helped boost revenue in the third quarter, with 28% year-over-year growth to $85.3 million.
The parent company Kunlun Tech is headquartered in Beijing and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. In December, the company announced its work on a range of artificial intelligence-generated content, such as music and images, that will be made open source.
So far, shares of Kunlun Tech are up more than 40% this year. Shares of Nasdaq-listed Opera are up just over 10% in that time period.
Many companies have rushed to publish their work in products like ChatGPT.
Chinese tech giant Baidu said this week it will be likely completed internal testing of its own artificial intelligence chatbot in March, prior to the product announcement.
alibaba also working on rival ChatGPT, but did not disclose the time.
It’s unclear how these new AI features will compare to ChatGPT’s capabilities.
When it comes to mobile search, Google has a 96.5% share of the global market, while Baidu is second with a 0.7% share, according to Statcounter.