The Developers of popular Opera Mini Browser have introduced a new version of opera mini browser for the IOS users.
The new browser comes with the revamped user interface featuring a news feed on its start page. The new browser helps the user in fetching the news four times faster than the previous version. Furthermore the company has said that an artificial Intelligent (AI) news engine is going to be roll out in the selected countries including India which will be helpful for the news readers and will be setup easily.
Opera introduces new Opera Mini IOS for iPhone users
And talking more about Opera’s AI news engine, the technology basically uses real-time intelligence ranking, powered by machine learning (G.B.D.T. algorithm) and deep learning (D.N.N. deep neural network).
“Once the user starts engaging with news content, it will begin defining a unique user profile by accumulating news categories and publisher domains the user clicks on. The news engine analyzes the user’s interest through a deep learning model that understands what each user is engaged with. The more the user engages with the newsfeed, the more in-tune the content becomes for the user within the “For You” section,” the company said.
Not only has this the AL technology will help the user to get a new start page each and every time the user visit.
If we talk about today then the Opera-Al powered newsreader is only available in a few countries including Ghana, Kenya, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and the United States. The company has stated that it will soon be coming to Russia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
In the upgraded browser, for Indian users the news is not only available in English but also in other languages such as Hindi Tamil and Gujarati.
“The goal is to provide each user the ability to get their optimal content based on their interest, which is constantly evolving,” said Cuautemoc Weber, Head of Global Accounts & Content, Opera Software. “This is also applied to bringing new information which perhaps the user would not have been able to gather from their traditional sources.”