OpenAI has introduced Dall-E 3, the most recent iteration of its text-to-image tool
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OpenAI has introduced Dall-E 3, the most recent iteration of its text-to-image tool

The latest iteration of the tool will incorporate enhanced safeguards, including restrictions on its capacity to generate adult or hateful content.

On Wednesday, OpenAI revealed Dall-E 3, the most recent iteration of its text-to-image tool, which leverages its highly popular AI chatbot, ChatGPT, to assist in responding to prompts.

Dall-E 3 is poised to make its debut among ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers via the API this October, a development that is sure to pique the interest of many. Users will gain the power to summon images and fine-tune prompts through engaging dialogues with ChatGPT.

OpenAI boasts, “DALL-E 3 possesses the uncanny ability to translate nuanced requests into exquisitely detailed and pinpoint-accurate images.”

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To fortify the safety net, OpenAI has ingeniously incorporated measures to rein in the tool’s potential for generating violent, adult, or hateful content. What’s more, the tool stands ready to politely decline requests for images featuring public figures by name, or those seeking to emulate the distinctive styles of living artists.

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OpenAI is also extending an olive branch to creators, affording them the autonomy to opt out of contributing their work to the training of future text-to-image tools.

In the bustling arena of text-to-image AI tools, OpenAI faces formidable competitors like Alibaba’s Tongyi Wanxiang, Midjourney, and Stability AI, all diligently honing their image-generating models.

The world of AI-generated art is not without its complexities. Art world experts are grappling with a ruling from a Washington D.C. jury in August that AI-crafted artworks, devoid of any human touch, cannot be protected by copyright.

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OpenAI also faces several lawsuits. A trade group for US authors recently sued the artificial intelligence leader on behalf of writers including John Grisham and “Game of Thrones” novelist George R.R. Martin accusing the company of unlawfully training its chatbot ChatGPT on their work.

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