Microsoft Bing reportedly adds a new Dall-E-powered AI Image creator. The search engine is reportedly working with OpenAI which is the creator of Dall-E in a bid to encourage responsible usage of the AI image creator.
Microsoft Bing Reportedly Adds a New Dall-E-Powered AI Image Creator
Tech company Microsoft on Tuesday launched Bing Image Creator. This is an artificial intelligence-powered image generator, which the company says will make the search engine to be “more visual.” The image generator as you should know incorporates OpenAI’s Dall-E, which is an AI tool that creates images based on text prompts.
“Now you can generate both written and visual content in one place, from within chat,” Microsoft in a release stated.
The Image Creator Tool Will Be Integrated With the New Bing Search Engine Tool
The image creator tool will be integrated with the new Bing search engine tool, which taps into OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, as well as with the Edge browser. The reported addition will make the Edge browser the “first and only browser with an integrated image generator,” Microsoft stated.
Many Firms Have Released Their Very Own AI Tools Recently
Following the arrival of OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot in the latter part of last year, various firms have sprinted to release their very own AI tools and services. Google on Tuesday, started opening access to its AI chatbot, Bard, to people in the US and UK. Adobe also has started beta testing its very own generative AI tools, and this is including one that can create images simply based on a text prompt which is very similar to Dall-E.
Microsoft Is Working With OpenAI to Ensure “Responsible Use” Of the AI Image Generator
Microsoft is currently working with OpenAI to ensure “responsible use” of the AI image generator, it stated. AI tools have been utilized in creating harmful or misleading photos and videos, which are also known as deepfakes. And on every image the Image Creator produces, there will be a Bing icon to demonstrate and show that it was created by the AI tool. Additionally, harmful or dangerous prompts will reportedly be blocked and users will then get a warning, Microsoft said.
Other Notable Announcements by Microsoft
Microsoft also announced that visual stories and knowledge cards powered by AI are now available to all Bing users.
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