Microsoft’s Bing Chat, the AI chatbot powered by GPT-4, has a new feature that lets users create images from text prompts.
The feature, called Bing Image Creator, uses OpenAI’s DALL-E model to generate artwork based on natural language input.
Bing Image Creator is available for both desktop and mobile users of Bing Chat, but it requires some steps to access it on the Bing app for iOS and Android. In this article, we will show you how to use Bing Image Creator on your phone and create stunning AI images on the go.
Bing Image Creator is a part of Bing Chat’s More Creative mode, which allows users to interact with the chatbot in a more imaginative and descriptive way. To use Bing Image Creator on mobile, you need to switch to More Creative mode first. Here’s how:
- Open the Bing app on your device.
- Tap More Creative at the bottom of the screen.
- Enter your prompt into the chat box.
For example, you can type “draw me a picture of a dragon” and press send. The chatbot will then generate an image of a dragon and display it in the chat thread. You can also ask for more specific or complex prompts, such as “draw me a picture of a dragon wearing sunglasses and playing guitar”.
You can save the images to your device or share them with others using a dedicated URL. You can also ask the chatbot to modify the images by adding more details or changing some aspects. For example, you can type “make it breathe fire” or “change it to a unicorn” and see how the image changes.
Bing Image Creator is a fun and powerful tool that lets you create amazing AI artwork with just a few words. It showcases the potential of GPT-4 and DALL-E for generating realistic and creative images from natural language.
Microsoft plans to make Bing Image Creator more accessible in the future, so you won’t need to switch to More Creative mode to use it. Until then, you can enjoy creating with Bing Image Creator on your phone by following these simple steps.