Samsung Internet Browser Could Receive Integration With ChatGPT

Samsung’s focus on integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into its devices takes a significant leap forward with the potential integration of ChatGPT into the Samsung Internet Browser app. By integrating OpenAI’s chatbot capabilities into its proprietary browser, Samsung aims to advance the widespread implementation of AI within the One UI interface and its range of devices. While specific features and usage details are yet to be unveiled, this move underscores Samsung’s commitment to innovation and enhancing the user experience.

Earlier this year, Samsung made headlines in the tech world when it was rumoured to be considering a shift from Google search to Microsoft Bing for its AI-related functions. Although this caused concerns within Google, Samsung ultimately decided to retain Google as the default search engine, at least for the time being. Nevertheless, Samsung continues to explore the possibilities presented by artificial intelligence.

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Recent discoveries have hinted at Samsung’s efforts to integrate ChatGPT into the Samsung Internet Browser app. Specifically, code strings found in browser version suggest a potential connection to OpenAI’s popular chatbot. These code strings indicate that this integration could be an experimental feature of Samsung’s research and development lab, Labs.

<string name="pref_chatgpt_enable">Enable ChatGpt</string>
<string name="pref_chatgpt_lab_title">Test ChatGPT</string>
<string name="pref_chatgpt_model">ChatGpt Model</string>
<string name="pref_chatgpt_query">Query For Summarizing</string>
<string name="pref_chatgpt_query_other_message">Enter chatGPT query to test</string>
<string name="pref_chatgpt_title">ChatGpt Settings</string>

While the exact mechanics of this integration are yet to be clarified, it is anticipated that the browser will facilitate user queries to ChatGPT without the need to navigate the chatbot’s webpage directly. Although specific functions within the application have not been identified, the code suggests that users may be able to invoke ChatGPT on existing web pages to generate summaries or perform similar tasks. This functionality would serve as a valuable tool, aiding navigation and comprehension of online content, particularly for longer and more complex articles.

It is important to note that the integration of ChatGPT is not currently available in the Samsung Internet Browser app. Third-party plugins exist to access ChatGPT’s features, but they cannot match the seamless integration that Samsung’s native implementation aims to achieve. The future development and benefits of this integration for users of Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets are yet to be seen. Stay tuned for further updates on this exciting development.

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Thanks to “Android Authority