Microsoft Launch OpenAI’s DALL-E Image Creator to Bing & Edge

Microsoft Launch OpenAI’s DALL-E Image Creator
Microsoft Launch OpenAI’s DALL-E Image Creator

With the ongoing AI trends, the Microsoft Company is announcing the latest “Bing Image Creator Tool” to help you produce some catchy and decent images powered by an advanced version of DALL-E. Interestingly, this image generator AI is created by the Company behind ChatGPt, OpenAI. Recently, the Company has added a Binge Image Creator preview into Microsoft’s Binge Search engine and Edge browser to create an image to complement the text component.

Previously, with the help of using Microsoft” Binge AI Chat, you could get written and visual content in one place, like what else someone could ask for. And now, you also have visuals to create that are free to use with different usage guidelines outlined by OpenAI. It could make reaching out to generative images easier. You only need to ask the ChatBot to create an image with any related description or a follow-up query.

Microsoft knows that DALL-E is rough around the edge, as you’ll likely get a few images already seen online. That makes sounds so bad for stock image sites. It’s a concern of broader legal debate on the generative AI tools, which rely on a sample taken from across the web to authorize their operations that would be controversial for some time. However, the Company hopes to avoid such issues.

This DALL-E-like Picture Maker will be initially available to those registered for the limited preview, just like with the initial Bing AI rollout. Such users can use it directly from the Edge browser on desktop and mobile devices. Another way to reach the image creator AI will be through Bing chat. By now, these are only available for English users, as more languages will be provided later.

Fortunately, there is a specific page that you may visit to try out the Bing Picture Maker if you haven’t signed up for the preview or are currently waiting. The image generator procedure can take a few minutes, depending on the prompt you give it, and you must still login into your Microsoft account.

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