Bing and Edge Add a Dall-E-Based Image Generator

Microsoft stands up to Google by increasing more artificial intelligence functions in its products.


Microsoft is capitalizing on its collaboration with OpenAI and has added to its new AI- based Bing and Edge a Dall-E model-based image creator, Bing Image Creator , which also generates content from a description. of text.

Behind Bing Image Creator is an advanced version of Dall-E , the OpenIA image generator that only needs a text premise to create high-quality content.

Now, Microsoft has announced that this creator has been integrated into previous versions of the Bing search engine and the Edge browser , where it works alongside the chatbot. “Now you can generate written and visual content in one place,” they point out from the company in the official blog.

How does the image generator work?

In the browser preview, this new tool is implemented in the creative mode of the chatbot. “By writing a description of an image, providing additional context such as location or activity, and choosing an art style, Image Creator will generate an image from your own imagination,” they explain from Microsoft.

For its part, Edge becomes “the first and only browser with an integrated image generator powered by AI.” Here, Image Creator is available to everyone in English, in a dedicated icon in the sidebar.

Image Creator is also available in English for Bing Preview users , both on desktop and mobile, starting Tuesday.

Along with this novelty, the company has put Bing Stories , its version of stories, on devices for all users to search for and interact with the content, be it images or short videos; and Knowledge Cards 2.0 , an AI-powered infographic-inspired experience that provides key information at a glance.