The experimental version of DALL-E artificial intelligence will be available to the public soon
You no longer need to be a member of special groups to test OpenAI DALL-E’s artificial intelligence capabilities. The consortium has released a beta version of its AI, making DALL-E available to a million people on the waiting list in the coming weeks. People who get access to this artificial intelligence will get 50 free credits in the first month and 15 free credits in the following months. By spending each credit you can create four images as per your request. In addition, you can use your credit to edit previous images instead of creating a new one. Also, if you need more credit, you’ll get 115 points by paying $15.
According to Engget, it is possible to use the beta version of DALL-E in commercial projects. For example, you can print images created with this artificial intelligence on shirts or children’s books. However, OpenAI does not allow uploading images that contain real faces, named content (such as a specific person or place), and explicit content. The consortium remains concerned that people may misuse the technology to spread misinformation, big lies, and other harmful purposes.
DALL-E has gained much attention thanks to its ability to generate eye-catching images based on simple textual descriptions. You can also change certain parts of an image to achieve the desired effect. In fact, this artificial intelligence has a very high potential and is considered a creative tool that can be used to produce images.
If you would like to put your name on the waiting list for access to the DALL-E AI beta, please visit this link.