AI field is growing by the hour; OpenAI, a non-profit AI research laboratory co-founded initially by Elon Musk and Sam Altman, launched the first version of Dall-e in early 2021, an exciting tool that can create images from words using a powerful database.
So why did they call it DALL-E? Well, It’s a portmanteau of Wall-e, our cute Disney friend, and the painter Salvador Dali; those two names give you the whole idea of the connection between artificial intelligence and the artistic results DALL-E gives.
DALL-E can create images with incredibly different styles and approaches, rearrange and manipulate objects in images, and even move elements around, creating new compositions.
It’s impressive how artificial intelligence can generate something that, until now, only human beings could do, creativity itself.
OpenAI has contributed solutions to Tesla, Facebook, and Microsoft over the years from its commercial aspect. With DALL-E, OpenAI joins a conjunct goal among other companies, working to create programs and tools with incredibly large databases and parameters that manage to merge concepts, attributes, and styles, creating an image fitting what the user wants.
What do you think about DALL-E?