Opera enters the generative AI space with new features in browsers and content apps
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Opera has today announced the upcoming integration of AI-generated content (AIGC) services into its PC and mobile browsers.
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I hope this is not too far off the threat. I've talked to support at U. S. Bank. They don't want to fix their website so I can use Opera. Sometimes Brave will work. Many sites think that Brave is Chrome.
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This is wonderful news. I have recently found andisearch.com and consensus.ai that are much better at finding info than google. I signed up for neeva, kagi, and you.com but neeva and you seem to use bing as the engine. I don't think we need yet another generalist search. We just want answers. For Opera, I love the sidebar and want that AI content to be targeted. If I just want an answer to a quick question, I can see this being useful. For a techie like me, I need forum answers a lot and will still need a separate search engine for that, like crowdview. I wish I could change the default search engine for Opera. Although Edge is now coming out with useful sidebar features, Opera has always been the most creative in its feature list.
bobhogan33 last edited by bobhogan33
@kreela I try to avoid Google by using DuckDuckGo. Did you assume that I use Bing?