Web browser, Opera, has included a brand-new Aria native generative AI service on its platform.
Opera disclosed this development in a blog post on Wednesday.
The Chromium-based browser launched in 1995 was developed by Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner and Geir Ivarsøy while working at Telenor, a Norwegian telecommunications company.
Aria is an integrated, free function for Opera browsers that doesn’t require any additional downloads. Users can interact with Aria to do internet searches and view real-time site results.
According to the firm, Aria is a free service that offers up-to-date information.
This means that it is connected to the internet and is not constrained to content from before 2021, as is the case with solutions that are based on the standard GPT.
More than 180 nations will soon be able to use Aria.
Download the most recent version of Opera One to try out Aria.