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Opera One Browser Gets AI Boost from Google Cloud

The partnership introduces advanced features to Opera's browser, such as AI Image Generation and Voice Output.

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Opera has revealed a new collaboration with Cloud, integrating Google's multimodal Gemini AI models into its Aria browser AI. The partnership is set to improve Opera's browser by utilizing Google's advanced AI infrastructure.

New AI Features for Opera

The partnership introduces advanced features to Opera's browser, such as AI Image Generation and Voice Output. These features are part of the latest AI Feature upgrade for the Opera One Developer version. The Image Generation feature uses Google's Imagen 2 model on Vertex AI, while the Voice Output feature employs Google's text-to-audio model to read responses in a conversational manner.

Opera has been actively incorporating various AI features into its browser. Users can now download and run locally hosted large language models (LLMs) on their computers, accessing over 150 variants from more than 50 families, including Meta‘s Llama and Google‘s Gemma.

Since the launch of Opera One in June 2023, the browser has seen significant updates, including a modular design and the introduction of Tab Islands for better tab management. The integration of Aria AI is a key differentiator for Opera in the competitive browser market.

Opera's AI Aria is powered by Opera's multi-LLM Composer AI engine, which allows the company to tailor the experiences for users based on their needs. The Composer AI engine processes user intent and determines the most suitable model for each task.

To support its expanding AI program, Opera has opened a green energy-powered AI data cluster in Iceland, equipped with NVIDIA DGX supercomputing. This facility enables Opera to host the necessary computing resources for its AI initiatives.

Opera recently introduced its AI Feature Drops program, allowing early adopters to test new, experimental AI innovations in the Opera One Developer version of the browser. This program is part of Opera's strategy to continuously enhance its browser with cutting-edge AI features.

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Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus is the founder of WinBuzzer and has been playing with Windows and technology for more than 25 years. He is holding a MasterĀ“s degree in International Economics and previously worked as Lead Windows Expert for Softonic.com.

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