Microsoft Adds DALL-E 2 in a Graphic Design Application for Microsoft 365
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(Pocket-lint) – At Microsoft’s fall event, the company revealed a new graphic design app that uses DALL-E 2 to help users create images with AI.
The app, unoriginally named Microsoft Designer, will be available through Microsoft 365 and uses both Microsoft AI and DALL-E 2 to help creatives save time and improve the results of their work.
Microsoft says this app will allow people to create content regardless of their level of expertise. Naturally, as the images are created by artificial intelligence, this means that you can create unique images automatically and have them created just for you.
In the long term, there are also plans to integrate these authoring tools into Microsoft Edge and Bing. This should have interesting implications for the future of imaging.
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Written by Adrian Willings.