China News Service, February 9th. According to the WeChat public account of Kunlun Wanwei Group on the 8th, on February 8, Kunlun Wanwei announced that its Opera browser plans to access the ChatGPT function. In addition to the engine and Edge browser, there is another browser that integrates the ChatGPT function.
Before Kunlun Wanwei announced that the Opera browser planned to access the ChatGPT function, Google and Bing also made some moves in chatbots.
According to foreign media reports, on the 6th local time, Google announced that it will release a new conversational artificial intelligence (AI) technology application called "Bard", preparing to launch an AI "war" with Microsoft, which invested in ChatGPT.
Bard is powered by Google's large-scale language model LaMDA, the Language Model for Conversational Applications.
The company said it would open up the conversation technology to "credible testers" before making it more widely available to the public.
Its features include a chatbot called Bard, and a new search desktop in the form of a question and answer.
On February 7, local time in the United States, Microsoft officially announced the launch of the latest version of the Bing search engine and Edge browser supported by ChatGPT.
There is a huge demand explosion for new applications.
The Bing app for iOS and the Edge browser shot up the App Store charts.
Analysis from data.ai shows that global downloads of the Bing app jumped 10-fold overnight.
That catapulted the app to the 10th most popular free app in Apple's App Store and made it the second most popular free productivity app behind Gmail.
At the same time, its Edge browser for iOS also ranks third among utility apps.
(China New Finance and Economics)