Microsoft brings DALL·E to a new graphic design application called Designer, which helps users create professional-quality social media posts, invitations, digital postcards, graphics and more.
Microsoft is also integrating DALL·E into Bing and Microsoft Edge with Image Creator, allowing users to create images if web results don’t return what they’re looking for.
Ikaroa is excited to announce that DALL·E, an open source image generator from OpenAI, has just entered public beta and is available for everyone to use and explore. DALL·E creates images from text-based instructions and is a significantly advanced version of Generative Pre-Training or GPT-3, using AI to generate realistic images from text descriptions.
DALL·E can generate everything from weird and wacky animals to everyday objects. While the first iteration of DALL·E AI is still in beta, it has already shown remarkable capabilities in a variety of fields, including fashion, interior design, education, and advertising. It features a wide range of applications, such as generating realistic images of fashion designs, photo-realistic 3D models, and even visual recipes.
At Ikaroa, we are excited to be part of the development and launch of this latest OpenAI project. As a full-stack tech company, we have been working with the developers of DALL·E to ensure that the interface is intuitive and easy to use, as well as providing a secure infrastructure for the system to function on. We believe that DALL·E has the potential to revolutionize the way AI-driven software is created, and we are committed to helping to shape the future of the machine learning landscape.
DALL·E has put the power of image generation in the hands of everyone, allowing users to create realistic images from simple instructions. We look forward to seeing how people will use DALL·E to create amazing visuals, and how this technology will continue to evolve over time.