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DALL·E 3 is Here with ChatGPT Integration

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Dive into how OpenAI’s new image generator DALL·E 3 is pushing limits, and see how it’s making image generation much more accessible.

If you keep up with technology and AI, you will know that Midjourney has been everybody’s pay-to-play go-to for generating images. Now they have some competition. Generative AI is running its race, with OpenAI releasing DALL·E 3, an image generator, on the 20th of September, 2023. 

Ever written up an amazing blog and wanted an image to resonate with it? Ever had a cool idea, and you wanted it in a visual? Have you ever been too tired to create your image and wanted it instantly? And on top of that, you wanted it to be exactly what you imagined. Well, you can do all of that with DALL·E 3.

What is DALL·E 3?

Let’s start from the beginning. DALL·E is a text-to-image model developed by OpenAI using deep learning methods. We’ve seen DALL·E 2 be able to generate digital images using natural language processing, and now we have DALL·E 3.

DALL·E 3 has come back bigger and better with an understanding of the nooks and cracks, more nuances and detail than ever. Using ‘ prompts, ‘ you can now easily translate your ideas into accurate digital images.’

DALL·E 2 vs DALL·E 3

So, what is the difference between the two? How is DALL·E 3 better? 

Understands Context Much Better

The main difference between DALL·E 2 and DALL·E 3 is the model’s understanding of context. DALL·E 2 unfortunately had difficulty fully understanding context even when specifically prompted, it would ignore specific words. DALL·E 3 understands context much better, giving users the desired image. 

Hand in Hand with ChatGPT

DALL·E 3 has specifically been built on ChatGPT. This allows you to use DALL·E 3 and ChatGPT hand in hand to brainstorm your ideas and better refine your prompts. When DALL·E 3 is prompted with an idea, ChatGPT will generate unique, tailored and detailed prompts for DALL·E 3 to bring to life. 

If DALL·E 3 generates an image you’re not fond of, you can ask ChatGPT to tweak further to get the image you want. 

The Images are Yours!

Images created by DALL·E 2 did not belong to the user that created it. With DALL·E 3, the images that you create are all yours! This means that you do not need permission from OpenAI to reprint, sell, or merchandise them—an interesting development.

Mimicking Living Artists

We won’t get into the issues surrounding why mimicking living artists is a problem – we know that you can turn ugly very quickly. You get what I’m trying to say about lawsuits and copyright infringement. 

An OpenAI representative said that DALL·E 3 has been specifically trained to decline generating images that mimic the style of living artists. Whereas DALL·E 2 currently can be prompted to mimic the art style of certain artists. To ensure artists are happy, OpenAI has also provided a form in which creators can opt out of having their images used to train future models. 

Fake Image Generation

From what we’ve learned about DALL·E 3, it seems like an open playground. However, OpenAI is still very tight about safety around using all their generative AI tools. OpenAI has stated that just like DALL·E 2, DALL·E 3 has an implemented keyword and image detection filter that limits users’ ability to generate harmful, violent and sexual content. We’ve already seen this happen with Midjourney when it generated fake images of Donald Trump getting arrested. 

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Using DALL·E 3 in ChatGPT Pro

DALL·E 3 has recently been rolled out to ChatGPT Pro, with availability soon to OpenAI APIs and Labs.

To use DALL·E 3 from ChatGPT Pro, with the convenience of interacting with the service via the familiar chat interface, simply head over to the ChatGPT website and, from the ChatGPT-4 menu option, select “DALL·E 3 (Beta).”

At this point, you must interact with ChatGPT in the same way you would otherwise.

Create an image of a mountainous winter scene with a cabin and some goats

And here’s what DALL·E 3 generates and outputs right inside the ChatGPT interface:

Source: Image by Author using DALL·E 3 

It’s that easy. ChatGPT takes care of engineering useful prompts for DALL·E, making the system far more approachable than some of the other options that require clever prompt engineering to get their best results.

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