Microsoft continues to integrate neural network tools into its products. This time, the developers have added the ability to generate images to the chatbot of the Bing search engine, for which the DALL-E neural network from Open AI is used. The deployment of a tool called Bing Image Creator takes place in several stages, so at the moment it is not available to everyone.
“For those who participate in the Bing Insider Program, the Bing Image Creator tool will be fully integrated into the Bing chatbot and available in creative mode. By entering a description of the image, providing additional context such as location or activity, and choosing a creative style, Image Creator can create an image from your own imagination,” Yusuf Mehdi, Head of Consumer Marketing at Microsoft, said in a post.
In addition to this, Microsoft is adding the Bing Image Creator tool to its Edge browser. A corresponding icon will appear on the sidebar of the browser, by clicking on which the user will be able to start entering a description, on the basis of which the neural network will generate an image. During the initial distribution phase, Bing Image Creator will only be available when using the chatbot’s creative communication mode. Later, this tool can be used regardless of the style of communication with the chatbot chosen by the user.
As a reminder, the AI bot in Bing supports three modes of communication: creative, precise, and balanced. The first option assumes that the chatbot gives more detailed and original answers. In the second case, it is limited to concise and precise formulations on a given topic, and the third option is something in between the first two options.
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