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Microsoft has taken another significant step in its plan to enhance its Bing search engine and Edge browser with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence. The tech giant has launched Bing Image Creator, which is powered by an advanced version of OpenAI’s DALL·E and is now available on iOS/Android and desktop. This new feature will allow users to create an image by using just words, revolutionizing the way users search for and view visual content.
In a blog post, Microsoft announced the launch of Bing Image Creator, along with new AI-powered visual stories and updated knowledge cards, all of which will be available in the new Bing and Edge preview. Microsoft aims to make the chat experience more visual and bring written and visual content together in one place.
Bing Image Creator is integrated into Bing chat and will begin rolling out to Bing preview users on desktop and mobile devices. If users are not on the Bing preview, they can sign up to get on the waitlist. The new feature is currently available only in English, but Microsoft plans to add more language support over time.
According to Microsoft, images are one of the most searched categories, second only to general web searches. With Bing Image Creator, users can search for and create almost anything, making it an invaluable tool for a variety of purposes.
Microsoft has also integrated the Image Creator into the latest version of the Edge browser. The Image Creator icon is now in the sidebar for both desktop and mobile versions of the browser. Additionally, Microsoft plans to integrate Image Creator into Edge from the new Bing button in chat mode in the preview version of Edge.
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This latest advancement in AI technology is expected to revolutionize the way people search for and view visual content. Microsoft’s Bing search engine and Edge browser are at the forefront of this evolution, and the company is committed to continuously improving the user experience. Bing Image Creator is just one of the many steps that Microsoft is taking to make its products more user-friendly and efficient, and it’s sure to be a hit among users who value visual content.