new app Microsoft Designer lets you create images from text. Announced this Wednesday (12), the Microsoft 365 integrated software was developed by OpenAI with Artificial Intelligence technologies such as Dall-E 2 and is available directly from Windows.
The graphic design application basically allows the user to write an idea to “come alive” in the form of a drawing. Microsoft says the image production can be used to create posts on social networks, invitations, and other graphic pieces.
Microsoft Designer not yet open to the public and currently has a list of people interested in testing it before it’s released. It will integrate with PowerPoint to create presentations from AI-generated images, but will be available to 365 Personal and Family subscribers.
“Give us your feedback and help us make it great,” inviting users to join the early access list to try Designer, Microsoft Vice President Liat Ben-Zur said in a statement. The preview will be available for free in a web version.
The company also confirmed that it plans to introduce “design suggestions” by integrating Microsoft Designer into the Edge browser, but did not share many details about the innovation.
Bing will create images
Microsoft’s AI-powered imaging technology will be integrated into the Bing search engine. The company today announced Image Creator, a new Dall-E 2-based tool to get an explanation, context, and create a specific image. The idea is to help users find something that doesn’t actually exist yet.
Image Creator will be released in selected regions during this feedback gathering phase. When ready, it will be accessible from the Bing images tab or the Edge browser sidebar.
Source: Tec Mundo