Bing launches an AI-based image creator

Last February Microsoft launched the new Bing and a new version of its Microsoft Edge browser, based on Artificial Intelligence, which improved searches, with more complete answers, a new chat experience and the great advantage of being able to create content.

The new chat demonstrated that Bing users, old and new, changed the way they search, resulting in more than 100 million chats, which are used in various ways.

Now improving the chat experience, taking it to a higher level, Bing incorporates he Bing Image Creatorwhich are nothing more than new visual stories, also based on AI and updated knowledge cards, in the preview of the new Bing and Edge browser.

This new image creation function is based on an advanced version of the OpenAI DALL∙E model.

Bing Image Creator allows you to create an image simply by using natural language, describing the image you want to see. For example, the phrase Bitcoin with a Matrix-like background offers 4 images:

Bing Image Creator

According to Microsoft”We know from research that the human brain processes visual information approximately 60,000 times faster than text, making visual tools a crucial way for people to search, create, and understand. According to Bing data, images are one of the most searched categories, second only to overall web searches. Historically, the search was limited to images that already existed on the web. Now, there are almost no limits to what you can search for and create.«.

To create an image, users can write a description of it, provide additional context such as location or activity, and even choose an art style. Once the above is done, Image Creator will generate images.

The Bing Image Creator integrated into Bing Chat will begin rolling out to Bing Preview users on both desktop and mobile starting today. For those not into the new Bing preview, the Image Creator preview experience is now available on for Bing users around the world in English. We will add more language support over time.

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