Today, Microsoft said that the Bing Picture Maker feature, which produces images using OpenAI’s DALL-E deep learning model, has been added to the Bing browser with AI enhancements.
DALL-E is intended to produce digital material using descriptions in natural language. It has long been a well-liked image-generation tool. According to Microsoft, the Bing Picture Maker will give Bing and the Microsoft Edge preview, which also has AI capabilities, visual tales driven by AI, and enhanced Knowledge Cards.
The Bing chat experience includes Bing Picture Maker, which initially launches in creative mode. The Picture Maker will enable you to create a distinctive image by typing in a description for the image, adding circumstances like place or activity, and specifying an art style.
Microsoft claims that it has put controls and extra precautions in place to prevent the creation of dangerous or risky images and is collaborating with OpenAI to prevent any potential abuse of the image creator.
Access to the Bing preview or the new Microsoft Edge experience is necessary to use the Bing Image Maker. The Picture Maker is only instantly available to some Bing preview users because Microsoft claims it will roll out gradually. For those granted access, it will be accessible via desktop and the Bing mobile apps.
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