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Microsoft has recently announced that its Bing search engine will be integrated with OpenAI’s DALL∙E, allowing Microsoft Edge web browser users to generate images using text. Initially, the feature was only available to a limited number of users, but Microsoft has confirmed that it is now rolling out the new Edge image generator to everyone.
According to a recent blog post by the company, the Image Creator feature is now available for all Microsoft Edge users on desktop, including Windows, macOS, and Linux versions. The feature uses artificial intelligence models to create new images based on text commands.
The aim of Image Creator is to help users create very specific visuals for social media posts or presentations. To use the feature, users can click on the Image Creator icon in the sidebar of Microsoft Edge and type in what they want to generate. The generated image can be downloaded and used anywhere.
This new feature is powered by the latest DALL∙E models from Microsoft’s partners at OpenAI. With Image Creator, users can create images that do not yet exist, and this AI-powered feature is accessible right from the Microsoft Edge sidebar.
The announcement follows Microsoft’s integration of ChatGPT into Bing search results. Now, when users search for something, they receive answers to their queries instead of merely getting links to other websites.
Microsoft Edge’s April update has also introduced some other new features, including a new way to share files and notes between devices, a basic built-in image editor, and enhancements to Efficiency Mode to save even more battery life on laptops.
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Microsoft Edge can be downloaded for free from the Microsoft website. With this new feature, users can generate images that cater to their specific needs, powered by state-of-the-art AI models. The integration of AI into everyday technology is set to revolutionize the way we interact with our devices, and Microsoft’s Image Creator feature is a prime example of this innovation in action.