OpenAI has just pulled the curtain back on DALL-E 3, the latest iteration of its text-to-image AI. With this new upgrade, next-gen DALL-E is now natively integrated with ChatGPT, offering users an enhanced experience like never before.
According to OpenAI, DALL-E 3 has evolved significantly in understanding user requests, making it more user-friendly and efficient. This advancement is particularly noticeable when DALL-E 3 works in tandem with ChatGPT. Now, when you want an image generated, you can simply ask ChatGPT to do it for you. The chatbot will provide a more detailed prompt, enabling DALL-E 3 to interpret it more accurately and deliver more precise results.
Modern text-to-image AI generators often overlook words or descriptions, forcing users to become prompt engineers. DALL-E 3 changes the game. OpenAI states, “DALL-E 3 represents a leap forward in our ability to generate images that exactly adhere to the text you provide.” This is a significant qualitative leap in image generation, as the AI now better understands how to compose a scene and the relationships between its elements.
DALL-E 3 promises improved results, especially when it comes to intricate details like human body parts, which it previously struggled to interpret correctly. For instance, the AI had issues with rendering hands accurately, a problem it has now overcome. This puts DALL-E 3 ahead of its competitors, such as Midjourney, in terms of the quality of generated images.
OpenAI hasn’t just focused on improving the quality of creations and prompt interpretations. They’ve also beefed up security measures to mitigate biases and prevent the tool from being used for potentially harmful activities like creating deepfakes. DALL-E 3 will refuse to generate images of public figures based on their names and will not offer results based on the styles of living artists. Future versions of the platform will even allow creators to request that their work not be used for training the AI model.
OpenAI is also exploring ways to help people detect AI-generated images. While an internal tool is currently under testing, there’s no word yet on whether it will be publicly released. As for DALL-E 3, it will be available to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise subscribers through its API starting in October. Research labs will gain access in the fall, but a general release date has yet to be announced.