Bing's Dynamic DALL-E Upgrade: A New Era of AI Imagery
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Microsoft's Bing Chat is supercharging its image generator. Today, it’s unveiling integration with OpenAI’s DALL-E 3, the most recent evolution of the famed image generator. This rollout, initially exclusive to Bing Enterprise users and Bing Image Creator, is now accessible to all.
Interestingly, Bing has secured DALL-E 3 integration before even OpenAI’s own ChatGPT — which is set to integrate the model later this month for premium users. This positions Microsoft at the forefront of AI-driven image creation for some time.
DALL-E 3, the latest brainchild of OpenAI, promises superior comprehension of user prompts, delivering images that strike the perfect balance between creativity and realism. Its integration with platforms like Bing Chat and ChatGPT means users can effortlessly converse with a chatbot to shape and refine their imagery.
Safety is paramount for OpenAI. DALL-E 3 won't regenerate images of public figures and has been engineered to avoid producing inappropriate content. On Bing Image Creator, every AI-crafted image will bear a watermark for easy identification, supported by Microsoft’s dedicated content moderation system. As always, the true measure of these advancements will be seen in the produced images.
The DALL-E tech isn't confined to Bing. Microsoft has plans to introduce it to their Paint app under the name "Paint Cocreator", merging the DALL-E magic directly with Windows.
While DALL-E 3 is now available on Bing, early users have faced a few hiccups, with overloaded servers occasionally stalling requests. Microsoft's Mikhail Parakhin humorously noted the overwhelming interest, admitting they underestimated its instant popularity.
For those who manage to generate images, Bing Chat takes interactivity a step further. It not only produces your envisioned image but also suggests enhancements like backgrounds or alternate subjects. Though due to the server congestion, some users may have to wait to fully experience this interactive creativity.
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