DALL-E 2 is one of today’s most advanced imagers. In recent months, as rivals like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion opened up to the public, OpenAI’s latest brainchild, the artificial intelligence (AI) lab founded by Elon Musk and other entrepreneurs, kept a wall around it, that is, not everyone could use it.
The limitation was in a waiting list. If you wanted to experiment with this tool, you first had to register and wait your turn. However, that is over. OpenAI just opened DALL-E 2 for everyone. And, although it is still in beta, it is good news for those who wanted to get down to work and could not due to these limitations.
DALL-E 2 no longer has a waiting list
According to one company blog post, users can start using DALL-E 2 right away. However, still they must complete a form to create an account on the platform. In the registration page They will need to specify their name, email, phone number, and what they will be using the imager for.
Once the email address is verified, they can log in to the OpenAI page dedicated to DALL-E 2 and start experimenting. More than 1.5 million users are now actively creating more than 2 million images a day with DALL-E, from artists and creative directors to authors and architects.
It should be noted that the fact that the advanced capabilities of DALL-E 2 are now available to everyone also raises concerns about their potential misuse, for example to create deepfakes, nudity and promote fake news. OpenAI acknowledges the risks and claims that it has taken steps to combat these negative effects.
“Learning from real-world usage has allowed us to improve our security systems, making wider availability possible today,” says the company, explaining that it has strengthened its filters to prevent sexual, violent and other content. that violates its policies. He also claims that he has created new detection techniques.
Let’s remember that DALL-E 2 does not yet have an API. OpenAI says it’s working on one that “will be available in the future” so developers and creators can benefit from a more versatile tool. For now, this tool is accessible through the web page that we mentioned above, after registering, of course.
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