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OpenAI may integrate ChatGPT into its browsers soon.


 OpenAI may integrate ChatGPT into its browsers soon.

According to an article on the American news website CNBC, the well-known browser company Opera plans to integrate the popular chat robot, ChatGPT, into its products.

The website reported that the company did not provide any details on the timeline or whether the integration will be across all of its products, which include desktop browsers and smart devices operating on iOS and Android.

OpenAI may integrate ChatGPT into its browsers soon.

This news comes after recent announcements by Microsoft and Google about their plans to integrate AI-powered chat technology into their search engines and Microsoft's Edge browser.

Since its launch last November, ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI and supported by Microsoft, has become a hot topic and made headlines.

In the web browser market, Google's Chrome has the largest market share at 65.4%, while Microsoft's Edge is estimated to have a market share of around 4.5% according to data from Statcounter.

Translate: Opera browser, which was launched in 1995, is considered one of the oldest current web browsers and now has a market share of around 2.4%.

Opera, a Norwegian company that provides a dedicated browser for gaming enthusiasts, now has an average of 321 million active monthly users as of the third quarter of last year. The company stated that its gaming browser has helped boost its revenues in the third quarter, increasing by 28% year-over-year to 83 million US dollars.

It should be noted that Opera is owned by Kunlun Tech, a Chinese company that said in December last year that its work on an AI-generated content system, such as audio and images, will be open-source.