OpenAI has introduced their newest image generation model, DALL·E 3, which focuses on creating detailed images based on specific instructions without the need for explicitly learning how to draw or paint. Users can specify image details to achieve the desired level of intricacy. Furthermore, DALL·E 3 also has the capability to incorporate text into the generated images.
To ensure responsible usage, OpenAI has trained DALL·E 3 to refrain from creating images promoting hatred, fake celebrity images, or offensive content. Images generated by DALL·E 3 will also contain watermarks for easy identification and verification. Additionally, this version of DALL·E 3 will not attempt to mimic living artists, and OpenAI allows artists to request the removal of their artwork from the training dataset. However, these modifications will only affect future versions of the model.
DALL·E 3 will be available through ChatGPT for ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users. It will also be accessible via API integration by October.
TLDR: OpenAI’s DALL·E 3 is a cutting-edge AI model that can create detailed images based on specific instructions without the need for prior artistic training. It respects ethical boundaries by avoiding the creation of offensive or fraudulent content and incorporates watermarks for verification. Artists have the option to request the removal of their artwork from the model’s training dataset. DALL·E 3 will be accessible through ChatGPT and API integration from October.