Microsoft Bing is set to offer more personalized answers and support for OpenAI’s DALLE-E 3 model, as well as tools to watermark images as being AI-generated. The search engine is undergoing significant AI improvements, including the addition of OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 model, which will allow consumers to generate images in Bing Chat.
DALL-E 3 is a new AI model that is able to generate realistic images from text descriptions. It is a significant improvement over the previous version of DALL-E, and it is expected to have a number of applications, including in creative design, advertising, and education.
Bing will be the first search engine to integrate DALL-E 3. This will allow users to generate images from text descriptions directly in Bing. For example, users could type in “a photo of a red panda eating a bamboo shoot” and Bing would generate an image of a red panda eating a bamboo shoot.
Bing is also personalizing search results and chat responses based on users’ chat history. This means that Bing will be able to provide more relevant and useful results to users. For example, if a user has been searching for information about red pandas, Bing will be more likely to show them results about red pandas in future searches.
Finally, Bing is adding a new tool that will watermark AI-generated images. This tool will help to identify AI-generated images and to prevent them from being misused. For example, AI-generated images could be used to create fake news articles or to spread misinformation.
The new AI features in Bing are a significant improvement over the previous version of the search engine. Bing is now more intelligent, more personalized, and more secure. These new features are likely to make Bing more attractive to users and to help it compete with Google Search.