The DALL-E neural network, which can create images based on text descriptions, is removing the waiting list for the beta version and users can now register and start using it immediately.
Recall that in July 2020, OpenAI released the GPT-3 algorithm, which can perform various text tasks based on given parameters, with the result being as similar as possible to human-generated materials. And DALL-E is an extension of GPT-3 that analyzes English-language text prompts and then responds with images rather than words. More than 1.5 million users now actively create more than 2 million images a day with DALL-E, from artists and creative directors to authors and architects.
The new changes to the DALL-E security system will make it more accessible to users and while previously the system was only available in beta, it will now allow to start creating the images want without having to wait.
DALL-E is capable of creating realistic photos, non-existent objects, to build any rectangular area of an existing image. And the enhanced DALL-E is also more robust filters to reject attempts to create sexual, violent and other content, as well as new detection and response methods to prevent abuse.
You can register and start creating today.