Dall-E 3: How To Create And Edit AI Images On Your Desktop, Smartphone

In a move that’s set to revolutionize the AI landscape, Microsoft’s Bing has integrated OpenAI’s Dall-E 3 as well as ChatGPT, making it accessible to everyone. This cutting-edge AI image generator, known for its prowess in creating unique images from textual descriptions, is now just a chat away.

What is Dall-E?

For those unfamiliar, Dall-E 3 is the brainchild of OpenAI, a research organization that’s been at the forefront of AI innovations. Dall-E, a generative AI model that creates images using text prompts. Dall-E is a neural network that generates images in various styles.

As it stands, Dall-E 3 is up against rivals like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion, while Google’s new Search Generative Experience, available in select countries, is also making waves in the image creation domain.

Its integration with Bing and ChatGPT is a significant step, in bridging the gap between complex AI tools and everyday internet users. So, if you’re itching to unleash your creativity, Bing’s chatbot as well as ChatGPT await your command!

How to Generate Images For Free Using Dall-E 3 On Your Smartphone?

Microsoft has recently launched Copilot, its AI assistant app, for Apple users, expanding its innovative technology to iPhones and iPads. The app, already available on Android, harnesses the power of OpenAI’s GPT-4 for crafting text responses and Dall-E 3 for remarkable image generation.

This rollout to iOS and iPadOS devices offers users the same free access to GPT-4 as its Android counterpart. For image generation, it employs the cutting-edge capabilities of Dall-E 3.

The Copilot app’s image generation prowess through Dall-E extends to curating social media content, developing brand motifs, designing logos, creating custom backgrounds, and visualizing film and video storyboards.

To explore Copilot’s offerings on your Android or iPhone, here's how you can get started:

  • Step 1: Download Copilot from the Google Play Store or App Store.
  • Step 2: Open the app and review the terms of use and privacy statement.
  • Step 3: Sign in to Copilot with your Microsoft account after accepting the terms.
  • Step 4: Provide text prompts to Copilot, similar to interactions with ChatGPT or Bard.
  • Step 5: For image creation using Dall-E, upload or capture a photo, then tap the camera icon and guide Copilot with your prompt.
  • Step 6: To alter the chatbot’s tone, select from balanced, creative, or precise options in the settings, accessible by tapping the three dots.

How To Use Dall-E 3 Generated Images In Microsoft Paint

Microsoft is pushing the envelope with AI lately. They’ve just integrated Copilot into Windows 10 and are planning to upgrade it with GPT-4 Turbo. But here’s the cool part for Windows 11 users: you can now create AI-generated art right in Microsoft Paint, thanks to DALL-E 3, without needing any extra software.

So, how does it work?

Microsoft Paint has a new feature called “Cocreator.” Hit that button, and you’ll open up the DALL-E 3 image generation panel. Here, you can type in whatever you want an image of, and DALL-E 3 will whip up three options for you. You can choose one and paste it directly into your Paint project. Plus, you get to pick the art style too.

But there’s a catch. When you click Cocreator, you’re put on a waitlist for the DALL-E 3 tool. Once you’re in, you’ll see a ‘preview’ tag next to the tool, meaning it’s still a work in progress. Despite this, the image prompts work just fine.

Here’s the deal with costs: generating an image uses one “credit.” New users get 50 free credits, but Microsoft hasn’t said what happens when you run out. They might make you wait longer for your images or charge you for more credits.

In short, if you’re into AI art or just curious, now’s a great time to try it out. And for those who like to draw on the move, consider grabbing a Microsoft Surface pen to make art anywhere.

How To Edit Images On Dall-E 3

OpenAI has added a new editor interface tool for DALL-E, letting users fine-tune AI-generated images by describing changes through text prompts. This feature allows for more precise customization of images, catering to users’ specific needs.

The DALL-E help section now includes updated instructions on how to utilize this tool effectively. Users can edit images in two primary ways: by highlighting specific areas of the image and entering detailed instructions for those parts, or by making broader changes using the chat sidebar.

For targeted edits, users on desktop can click a new select button, symbolized by a swooping paintbrush icon, to choose parts of the image they wish to modify. They can then command changes like “add flowers” directly within the editor text box. This function is also available on the ChatGPT mobile app, where users can use touch to highlight areas.

For more general modifications, such as altering the image to black and white, users can enter their requests into the chat sidebar. This feature is accessible on both the desktop version and the ChatGPT mobile app.

Dall-E 3 is Available for ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise Users: How does one try it out?

In a fresh move, OpenAI has rolled out Dall-E 3, an advanced version of its text-to-image model. This cutting-edge tool can craft images from a mere sentence or even a detailed paragraph, offering a more refined experience for ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users.

The standout feature? Dall-E 3’s ability to produce sharper, more vibrant images, excelling especially in intricate details like text and facial features. It’s seamlessly integrated into the ChatGPT app, allowing users to simply describe their vision, and voila, Dall-E 3 brings it to life! OpenAI has also prioritized safety, ensuring the model steers clear of generating harmful or controversial content.

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How to access Dall-E on Bing Chat

  • Step 1: Start by navigating to the official Bing website.
  • Step 2: On the Bing homepage, you’ll find a chat icon. This is your entry point.
  • Step 3: Click on the chat icon to open the chat interface.
  • Step 4: Within the chat, you should see a message that says “Chat now with Dall-E 3 AI image generator.”
  • Step 5: Type in a textual description of the image you have in mind. This could be anything from “a two-headed giraffe” to “a futuristic cityscape at sunset.”
  • Step 6: After submitting your description, Dall-E 3 will process your request and generate an image that matches your description.

This integration is a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to making advanced AI tools accessible to the masses. It’s not just a win for tech enthusiasts but also for professionals across sectors, from design to marketing, who can harness Dall-E 3’s capabilities for various applications.

Why are all images created using Dall-E 3 watermarked?

OpenAI, recently took a major step to enhance the transparency and authenticity of AI-generated images by announcing the integration of watermarks into images produced by its DALL-E 3 model. This initiative aims to make it easier to spot AI-created content, a step forward echoed by social media giant Meta’s push for industry-wide labelling practices.

OpenAI’s blog reveals that this step aligns with the guidelines of the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), backed by tech and media heavyweights like Adobe, Microsoft, and the BBC. The goal? To embed essential data within images, shedding light on their AI origins and crafting process.

Starting with ChatGPT’s Web client, API, and app, this watermarking includes a rich layer of metadata within the image. It flags the content as AI-made, cites the DALL-E 3 tool, and notes the creation application. A clear CR symbol on the images’ top left will signal their AI roots, with a deeper dive into the metadata offering specifics about the AI model and tool used.

However, OpenAI notes hurdles in this approach: social platforms often strip away metadata, and screenshots can bypass the watermarks. Yet, this move is a crucial stride towards maintaining digital content’s credibility.

Is there anything better out there than Dall-E?

In the realm of AI-driven art generation, Dall-E 3, Stable Diffusion, and Midjourney each present unique features and strengths.

Dall-E 3 stands out with its integration with ChatGPT, allowing for a conversational approach in refining image prompts. This feature, coupled with its nuanced understanding of prompts and ethical safeguards, makes it a preferred choice for users seeking a collaborative, dialogue-based process in creating visuals. Dall-E 3’s focus on ethical considerations, such as preventing the generation of images in the style of living artists and limiting harmful biases, is a significant advancement.

Stable Diffusion, including its iteration Stable Diffusion XL, is notable for its open-source nature, offering a high degree of freedom in generating photo-realistic and artistic images. Its capabilities in inpainting, outpainting, and image-to-image transformations provide a robust set of tools for users to edit and extend images. The open-source approach emphasizes accessibility and community-driven development.

Midjourney differentiates itself by utilizing Discord as a platform for interaction, making the technology widely accessible without specialized hardware or software. It caters to a variety of creative needs with the ability to generate images across a spectrum from realistic to abstract. The variety of subscription tiers makes it adaptable for different users and their varying levels of demand.

Feature/ToolDall-E 3MidjourneyStable Diffusion
Integration/PlatformIntegrated with ChatGPTAccessible through DiscordPlanned open-source release
Prompt UnderstandingNuanced understanding of detailed promptsResponds well to complex and detailed promptsShort prompts for detailed images
Image Style & RealismCapable of generating a wide range of stylesStyle versatility from realistic to abstractEnhanced realism, especially in composition
Editing CapabilitiesLimited editing featuresAdvanced editing featuresInpainting, Outpainting, Image-to-Image transforms
AccessibilityA nuanced understanding of detailed promptsBroad availability across devices via DiscordBeta access on DreamStudio and other apps
Development StageAdvanced, with continuous updatesStill in beta, ongoing improvementsBeta stage, community-driven development

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