Microsoft has unveiled a preview version of Bing Image Creator, which adds OpenAI DALL-E-based image generation to the Edge search engine and browser.
Today we announced Bing Image Creator in chat and more. Read all the details here: https://t.co/GWpicVFOl1 pic.twitter.com/vKxiwnTv5R
— Bing (@bing) March 21, 2023
To use the service, you need to ask the chatbot to create an image either with a direct description or with a continuation of the previous dialogue. You can also refine the query and redo the final result.
The company said they are aware of the risks and abuse by users. To prevent the tool from generating toxic content, the developers have implemented their own protection mechanism in addition to the OpenAI methods.
Microsoft also explicitly states that the images are generated by artificial intelligence and watermarks the results.
Image Creator is available to select PC and mobile pre-testers via chat and separate site. Edge users can also use the service in the sidebar.
While the tool is in creative mode. In the future, Microsoft plans to add accurate and balanced styles, as well as optimize system behavior in multi-step chats.
The tool provides users with 25 boosters per week designed to speed up image generation. One token is debited for each request. When the boosters are exhausted, the company offers to get them for the points of the Bing reward system or wait for renewal.
The technology only supports English. Other localizations are in development.
Recall that in February, Microsoft introduced a chat mode in the Bing search engine.
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