OpenAI Released Advanced Versions of DALL·E 3 and ChatGPT-4

IBL News | New York

OpenAI released and made it available its image model DALL-E 3 to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users. DALL-E 3 can create unique, crisper-in-detail images from a simple conversation, providing a selection of visuals for users to refine and iterate upon.

This model can render intricate details, including text, hands, and faces. It also responds efficiently to extensive and detailed prompts, and it supports both landscape and portrait aspect ratios, as explained in this research paper.

DALL·E 3 avoids any harmful imagery, including violent, sexual, or hateful content.

This model is designed to decline requests that ask for an image in the style of a living artist.

OpenAI offers the option for creators to opt their images out from training of their future image generation models.

In addition, ahead of the upcoming OpenAI’s DevDay conference next week, where the company is expected to explore new tools with developers, the San Francisco–based research lab released a multimodal version of ChatGPT-4 that allows users to upload and analyze PDFs and various document types.

The GPT-4 All Tools includes advanced data analysis, DALL·E 3, and built-in browsing capabilities without the need for plugins. These new features may make many third-party ChatGPT plugins obsolete.

Microsoft’s Bing and Designer also added a more advanced version of DALL·E 3.

This development pushes the boundaries of generative AI capabilities beyond text-based queries.



In other news, OpenAI announced it built a new Preparedness team to evaluate, forecast, and protect against the risks of highly-capable AI—from today’s models to AGI.