Microsoft recently announced some exciting upgrades to AI image generation in Bing and Bing Chat, powered by the latest version of OpenAI’s DALL-E technology. With the rollout of DALL-E 3 to Bing, users can now create even more impressive AI-generated art, graphics, and photos through simple text prompts.
Just last month, OpenAI launched DALL-E 3, which improved prompt understanding, visual quality, and photorealism for AI image generation. Now, Microsoft is bringing these same upgrades to Bing Image Creator and Bing Chat. Since launching Bing Image Creator, over 1 billion images have already been created using the AI art tool.
With the upgrades, Bing can better understand natural language prompts and generate images that accurately match descriptions. The visual quality is also better, with enhanced photorealism for landscapes, portraits, and more. Pixel art, digital art, and other styles can still be specified in prompts as well.
The AI-generated images through Bing are 1024×1024 resolution, allowing them to be easily shared online and used for social media icons, design inspiration, and more. Microsoft has also implemented safety measures, blocking harmful or illegal prompt content.
These DALL-E 3 upgrades to Bing should roll out in October, matching the expected release on OpenAI’s own ChatGPT Plus and DALL-E apps. The integration of advanced AI into search and chat marks an exciting new generation of technology, opening up creative potential for users. We can likely expect even more AI advancements from Microsoft and OpenAI soon.