the tool to generate images with AI

Microsoft continues to improve its Bing search engine with the launch of a new tool powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). The latest news is an image-from-text generator built into Bing Chat. To do this, it uses the DALL∙E model, from OpenAI, which turns out to be an extension of the integration agreement they made a few weeks ago. Now you can create both written and visual content in one place, from the chat.

Among the most searched categories are images, second only to general web searches, according to data from Bing. Until now, this search was limited to images that exist on the web. Now there are no limits to what can be searched and created.

Integration into the chat experience

The preview de Bing Image Creator will be available through the new version of the Bing search engine or Microsoft Edge. Microsoft browser users will only have to click on the bing image creator icon available in the app’s sidebar, or request the tool through a query to Bing.

In relation to the Bing preview, this novelty will be fully integrated into the chat experience. By writing a description of an image, providing additional context such as location or activity, and choosing an art style, Image Creator will generate an image from your own imagination. It will be like a creative pilot companion. Just type something like “draw a picture” or “create a picture” as a chat prompt to get a picture for a newsletter to friends or for living room redecoration inspiration.

Since the new Bing has been available in preview, they have been testing it with people to get real-world feedback to learn and improve the experience. People used it in some ways they expected and others they didn’t. In this spirit of learning and continuing to build new capabilities responsibly, they have been rolling out Bing Image Creator in a phased approach with a set of preview users before expanding more broadly. At first they will only include Image Creator in the creative mode of Bing chat. The goal is to make it available in Balanced and Accurate mode over time.

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New AI-powered visual stories and knowledge cards

To support the growing demand for more visual search experiences, they are also putting lStories and Knowledge Cards 2.0 available to all Bing users. Stories provide a more engaging way to find and interact with content by offering images and short videos. On the other hand, Knowledge Cards 2.0 is all about an AI-powered infographic-inspired experience that provides fun facts and key information at a glance. It has been updated to include interactive and dynamic content such as charts, graphs, timelines, visual stories, and more.

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