Microsoft’s Bing search engine now features an AI-powered image maker that enables users to create custom images using descriptive text.
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What Is The New AI Image Creator Tool?
Microsoft just made its AI-driven image-creation tool available in the Bing browser. Users can make photos using the Bing Image Creator, which is powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E deep learning model. The AI prompts can be delivered in several languages and create images based on the user’s imagination. However, the AI picture generator is meant to avoid producing harmful or risky images.
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How To Use The Bing’s New Image Creator?
Step 1: Visit Bing.com.
Step 2: Choose “Images” from the top-level tab.
Step 3: After that, select “Image Creator.”
Step 4: To produce an image, enter a description of what you want it to look like, add any relevant settings, and select an artistic approach.
Step 5: The image will be produced for you by AI. Particularly, the Bing Picture maker will grant you ten boosts at the beginning that you can utilize to speed up the creation of your image.
I created an image displaying an elephant and a tiger on the moon. Here is what I got:
Another one I tried was Mickey Mouse dancing with Minnie Mouse near the Taj Mahal. Here is the best result:
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Use Microsoft Edge To Create AI-Powered Images
Microsoft Edge also provides access to the Bing Image Maker preview. Simply click the Bing Picture Maker icon in the sidebar or call it up from Bing chat to use it in Edge. Wait a few days if you are unable to use the Picture Maker in the conversation box since Microsoft is gradually integrating the AI image creator.
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Your Thoughts On Microsoft Bing Chatbot Now Allows Users To Create AI Photos
Microsoft has really moved one step ahead of Google by inculcating Dall E into its Bing Search Engine and Edge Browser. This is truly an amazing feature that will benefit the users and increase Microsoft’s share in the market.
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