Create stunning images with DALL-E 3 on Bing Chat now

Microsoft will also add Content Credentials to protect your AI-generated images.

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DALL-E 3 was just recently announced by OpenAI, and it seems Microsoft is already integrating it into Bing Chat; officially announced at the Microsoft Surface Event 2023, it seems that some users might already use it to generate images on Bing Chat, according to Microsoft’s Mikhail Parakhin.

This is good, considering that DALL-E 3 is light-years away (pun intended) from DALL-E 2. The tool can render images in a more subtle way, focusing on details and almost hyperrealistic aspects.

According to Microsoft, DALL-E 3 has a much better understanding of what you’re asking for, and this allows for more precise results.

DALL.E 3 model from OpenAI in Bing Image Creator. DALL.E 3 delivers a huge leap forward with more beautiful creations and better renderings for details like fingers and eyes. It also has a better understanding of what you’re asking for, which results in delivering more accurate images. We’re also integrating Microsoft Designer directly into Bing to make editing your creations even easier.

Plus, to make it even easier for you to create AI-generated images, Microsoft will also integrate Designer into Bing. But the Redmond-based tech giant doesn’t stop here.

At the Microsoft Event 2023, the tech giant announced that it will add content credentials to protect creators and their work from being stolen.

Content Credentials. As we continue to take a responsible approach to generative AI, we’re adding new Content Credentials which uses cryptographic methods to add an invisible digital watermark to all AI-generated images in Bing – including time and date it was originally created. We will also bring support for Content Credentials to Paint and Microsoft Designer.

It is a bit ironic when you think about it: you generate images with AI, which was trained on existing creations. And somehow, you’ll have rights over it.

But what do you think about this?

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