The move by OpenAI comes shortly after Google enhanced the Bard AI chatbot’s app integration and visual search capabilities.

On September 20, the artificial intelligence startup OpenAI revealed an updated version of its DALL-E picture generator and integrated it into its well-known chatbot ChatGPT. The company, which is sponsored by Microsoft, is making the move in an effort to maintain its leadership in the new field of generative artificial intelligence in the face of growing competition from established players like Google and upstarts like Midjourney and Stability AI.

The picture generator, dubbed DALL-E 3, according to OpenAI, can comprehend a great deal more complexity and depth than the company’s earlier systems, particularly complicated cues, to produce “detailed and accurate” images.

The Sam Altman-led company said in a blog post that “DALL-E 3 represents a leap forward in our ability to generate images that exactly adhere to the text you provide.”

According to the firm, the new image generator significantly outperforms the DALL-E 2 predecessor in terms of producing text within images and human aspects like hands.

In early October 2023, premium ChatGPT Plus users and Enterprise customers will be able to purchase DALL-E 3 as a research preview. Later this year, it will be made accessible to all users via the OpenAI labs website.

DALL-E and ChatGPT were different programs prior to this introduction. However, because DALL-E 3 has been built from the ground up on ChatGPT, users can use the AI chatbot to generate images from prompts ranging from brief sentences to in-depth paragraphs. According to the company, a person can use brief orders to ask ChatGPT to change the photos.

The announcement follows Google’s recent strengthening of its chatbot Bard with tighter integration into several of its most well-known consumer services and products, including Gmail, Docs, YouTube, and Maps. Additionally, Google enhanced Bard’s visual search capabilities, enabling users to contribute photographs using Google Lens and receive Google Search images in response to queries in any of the chatbot’s supported languages.

Google said in May 2023 that it would soon incorporate Adobe’s set of artistic generative AI models, Adobe Firefly, into Bard, allowing users to produce high-quality photographs.

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