Users can now use the DALL-E 3 AI image generator inside Bing Chat. This is one very helpful feature and update and users really cannot get excited enough. Basic things can now be done while making use of the Bing AI chat.
DALL-E 3 AI Image Generator
The image generator that is inside of the AI-powered Bing Chat is now getting a big upgrade today as Microsoft just announced that the latest DALL-E 3 model of OpenAI is now available to all Bing Chat and Bing Image Creator users. The update in question has been rolling out over the last couple of weeks or so, first to users of Bing Enterprise and then to Bing Image Creator, but right about now, it is open to everyone.
Bing as you should know is getting DALL-E 3 access even before the very own ChatGPT of OpenAI does. That in question is scheduled to take place this very month, but however only for paying users. Microsoft here is very much likely to be the most popular image-generating tool for a while with this very update.
What is DALL-E 3
DALL-E 3 as you should know is, of course, the third version of OpenAI’s image-generating model. The company has stated that it understands prompts far better than before and can even create images that are both more creative as well as more photorealistic. The model in question is also designed to be much easier to utilize as DALL-E 3 is integrated into Bing Chat and ChatGPT rather than just powering a standalone product, so it is that you can create and even refine your image just by conversing with a chatbot rather than just trying to endlessly perfect your initial prompt.
New Safety Tools of DALL-E 3
OpenAI for those that don’t know also built new safety tools into DALL-E 3. The new safety tools are designed to not recreate images of public figures, for instance, and with that should also not create hateful or NSFW images. And within Bing Image Creator, Microsoft is also embedding watermarks directly in each image in a bid to identify them as AI-generated and has thus created a content moderation system of its own. As ever, though, the proof that you are looking to see will be in the images.
Microsoft’s Plan for DALL-E Tech
Microsoft on the other hand is planning to make use of DALL-E tech in more than just Bing, too. The company is working on an AI image creation tool in the Paint app known as Paint Cocreator, for example, which will reportedly bring the DALL-E model directly right into Windows.
Anyone Can Theoretically Make Use of DALL-E 3 Now Via Bing
Anyone can theoretically make use of DALL-E 3 now via Bing, though every time I’ve tried so far, it has been “unable to process new requests” and also has refused to make my image. The servers of the service have apparently been overloaded for a while now as Microsoft’s Mikhail Parakhin posted, “We expected some strong interest, but we didn’t expect THAT much.”
How the New Update Works
When it is that you make an image, not only will it help to create the one that you asked for but it will however also offer suggestions on where to go next: “Can you add a rainbow in the background?” “Make it a cat instead of a dog.” “Add some birds around the waterfall.” (Bing Chat as you should know wouldn’t make those images for me, either, just because the system was overloaded, but it however seems like a really fun way to create alongside the tool.)
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