Opera's Aria AI can now generate images and has voice output

Aria's new features are included into Opera's Developer version

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Aria AI bot brings text to image generation to Opera

We have covered the evolution of Aria, Opera browser’s AI bot but until now, it was only a chat bot. According to the latest release, Aria is now able to generate image from text and can voice the answers to your prompts.

Moreover, if you forgot so generate an object in an image, Aria comes with a Regenerate command to correct your output. You will have 30 free image opportunities daily and Aria will use Google’s Imagen2 to generate them.

How do I use the new Aria text-to-image generator?

To generate an image, open a chat with Aria from the sidebar or in the Command Line by pressing Ctrl + / (Cmd + / on macOS). Then write the prompt to generate an image followed by a description, just like you do on any other AI generators out there.

But that’s not all. Opera’s Aria also comes with a voice output feature. This means Aria can read text answers aloud, making information accessible in a whole new way.

Here’s the bad news: To access these features, you’ll need the Developer version of the Opera browser. This is not such a setback, however. You can download it for free and join the developer program in just a few seconds.

What do you think about the new features of Opera and Aria AI? Let us know in the comments below.

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