DALL-E 3 Bing AI pushes the bar in image generation
OpenAI's latest offering, DALL-E 3, promises to be a game-changer in AI art generation. With its enhanced ability to grasp intricate details and nuances in text prompts, DALL-E 3 outperforms its predecessors, DALL-E and DALL-E 2, by delivering significantly improved results, even with similar input. This means that users can create more detailed and high-quality images with less effort.
DALL-E 3 has the potential to gain a reputation as a game-changer in AI art generation, capable of creating detailed, high-quality images of diverse subjects, including copyrighted properties and famous figures. The level of detail it achieves, such as rendering the texture of objects, is truly remarkable.
Here is a demonstration of how well DALL-E 3 Bing AI works:
How to try DALL-E 3 Bing AI
Accessing DALL-E 3 is easy. Simply visit Bing Image Creator using the link here, using any popular web browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Brave, or Firefox. Log in using your Microsoft account credentials, or quickly create an account if you don't already have one.
To confirm your access to DALL-E 3, enter a complex text prompt that DALL-E 2.5 couldn't handle. If the generated image is clear and detailed, you're all set to explore DALL-E 3's capabilities.
Read also: OpenAI introduces ChatGPT integrated DALL-E 3.
ChatGPT intergrated soon
One of the most exciting features of DALL-E 3 is its integration with ChatGPT, another innovative AI model from OpenAI. Although this integration will be fully rolled out in October 2023, you can already explore its power through Bing Image Creator. ChatGPT assists in brainstorming and refining prompts, making your creative process even smoother.
Committed to responsible AI
OpenAI is committed to responsible AI development, and DALL-E 3 has safeguards to prevent the generation of violent, adult, or hateful content. It also respects privacy by declining requests for public figures' names. This ensures that AI-generated art respects copyright and ethical boundaries.
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