ChatGPT can now generate images—and they are shockingly detailed, the New York Times reports. On Wednesday, OpenAI released its DALL-E 3 image generator to a small group of testers and integrated the technology into ChatGPT, its popular online chatbot.
The move boosts its chatbot as a hub for generative AI, which can produce text, images, sounds, software and other digital media on its own.
"Modern text-to-image systems have a tendency to ignore words or descriptions, forcing users to learn prompt engineering," OpenAI said in its release announcement. "DALL·E 3 represents a leap forward in our ability to generate images that exactly adhere to the text you provide.
DALL·E 3 is now in research preview, and will be available to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise customers in October later this fall.
The samples provided by OpenAI on its promotional blog suggest DALL-E 3 is a dramatically more capable image-synthesis model than anything else available in terms of following prompts, Ars Technica reports.
Google Domains has stopped selling domains to new and existing customers, 9to5Google reports. Earlier this year, Google announced it would shutter Google Domains after nearly a decade, selling the business to popular site builder Squarespace, a transaction that was completed Sept. 7. At least for now, users can still manage their existing domains at domains.google.com.
When HubSpot's monthly blog traffic flattened in 2017, the culprit was relying on intuition to determine its audience's preferences. HubSpot pivoted to organic search, which propelled the inbound marketing website past the plateau. HubSpot's team has identified 19 SEO actions that drove the organic strategy.
The drawing tablet is a device that promises to replicate the tactile feel of traditional art on a digital platform. For artists and designers who previously switched from physical mediums to digital screens, it's now possible to keep the sophistication of contemporary tools while moving beyond the mouse and keyboard, Taylor Louis writes on Dribbble.
“We developed the COVID-19 vaccine on the computer during a weekend. We never physically touched the virus; it was all information based.”
—Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel, on the role of machine learning in vaccine development