(and why it’s better than ever)
Microsoft has released an AI image generator within Bing that is powered by DALL-E 3, the latest of OpenAI’s projects. Microsoft was using a previous version of DALL-E to power its image creator until DALL-E 3 was incorporated into it, featuring improved image quality, more accurate prompt processing, and enhanced details within images.
- Bing Image Creator: A free AI image generator powered by DALL-E 3, the latest project from OpenAI. It can create realistic and artistic images from text prompts.
- How to use: Users can access the tool through Bing Chat or Bing.com/Create. They need to enter a descriptive prompt and wait for the tool to generate four images. They can download, share, or save the images they like.
- FAQs: The article answers some common questions about the tool, such as how to write prompts, whether users own AI-generated images, whether there is a waitlist, and how it differs from DALL-E 2.
Unlike Bing Chat, you don’t need Microsoft Edge to access the Bing Image Creator. Just go to Bing.com/Create and click on Join & Create to log in to your Microsoft account and access the image generator.
Can I create images using the new Bing Chat?
There are two ways to use the Bing Image Creator. You can generate images by going to Bing.com/Create, as detailed above, or you can create images right from Bing Chat.
Here’s how you can ask the new Bing to create an image right from the chat window:
- Open Microsoft Edge
- Go to Bing.com
- Click on Chat
- Write your prompt, it can begin with a phrase like “create an image” or “generate a photo”, but it’s not necessary. Bing Chat typically recognizes your intent.
Did I try this? Yes off course.