OpenAI has introduced Dall-E 3, the latest text-to-image tool scheduled for release in October, available initially to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users through the API. Users can engage in conversations with ChatGPT to input image requests and fine-tune prompts.
Dall-E 3 boasts enhanced capabilities in handling intricate prompts with detailed descriptions. This new model excels at incorporating well-written text within the generated images, such as labels and signs, addressing previous limitations. OpenAI asserts that Dall-E 3 can transform nuanced requests into highly precise and detailed images.
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Availability: The research preview of Dall-E 3 is currently accessible, with ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers gaining full access in early October.
Enhanced Safeguards: OpenAI is implementing additional safeguards to prevent the generation of violent, adult, or hateful content. It also prohibits requests for images of public figures by name and images mimicking living artists’ styles. Creators have the option to exclude their work from future text-to-image training tools to address concerns related to copyright material.
While OpenAI advances its technology, it faces competition from rivals like Alibaba’s Tongyi Wanxiang, Midjourney, and Stability AI, all striving to improve their image generation models.
Concerns regarding AI-generated images persist, highlighted by a recent court ruling in Washington D.C. that AI-created art with no human input cannot be copyrighted under U.S. law. OpenAI also faces legal challenges, including a lawsuit from a U.S. author trade group, representing notable writers, alleging unauthorized use of their work in training ChatGPT.
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