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Microsoft launches DALL-E AI integration in Edge and Bing

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Like other companies, Microsoft also tries to make the most of the popularity of artificial intelligence (AI) by implementing this technology in different big tech products. Last week, the developer launched “365 Copilot,” an AI-based assistant that generates Word documents and more.

In addition to this tool, the company also announced a few months ago the implementation of its native chatbot in the Edge browser, which this week received Bing AI in its stable version. As with OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the Redmond giant’s solution also allows the user to “chat” with the system, write texts and other resources.

This week, Microsoft added Bing Image Creator to the browser with image generation through the DALL-E AI platform, also from OpenAI, allowing artificial intelligence to create images based on the informed description, but with several layers of protection blocking creation potentially offensive content.

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According to information from the Engadget portal, Image Creator began to reach a restricted group of people in both the desktop and mobile versions of the browser. As on other occasions, the developer should progressively release access in the coming weeks, but there are still no details on the schedule.

Microsoft Edge chatbot. (Image: Printscreen).

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