AI Image Creator Dalle-2 Can Now Be Used By Everyone

Whatever you do, don't type in "Crungus".

James Felton

James Felton

Senior Staff Writer

clockSep 29 2022, 11:32 UTC
An impressionist view of a futuristic cityscape.
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Rejoice, fans of typing in a prompt and having artificial intelligence (AI) paint what you wrote, for DALLE-2 is now open to the general public. 

There has been a lot of excitement recently about image-generating algorithms, particularly Imagen by Google Research, Midjourney, and Open AI's DALL-E 2.


All these systems use a blend of natural language processing artificial intelligence (AI) with massive image training sets to produce extremely impressive results, whether you want to see a painting of a fox sitting in a field at sunrise in the style of Claude Monet, a majestic oil painting of a raccoon Queen wearing red French royal gown, or Garfield as an 18th century German Chancellor.

Well, now your imagination is pretty much the limit, as DALLE-2 is now accessible to the public (go here to try it for yourself).

But whatever you do, don't type in "Crungus".

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