Make Weird Images Using Bing’s AI Image Generator For Free
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a widespread technology that is commonly used by many large tech companies. One such company is Microsoft, which recently launched an AI-powered Bing search engine that uses ChatGPT. If you were lucky enough to join the waitlist, you may have had the opportunity to explore the new ways that AI can transform your web search experience. But that’s not all – Microsoft has also integrated an AI art generator into its platform that allows you to create anything you can imagine, provided you know where to find it.
It’s not surprising if you’re not aware of Bing’s AI image generator, even if you’re a frequent user of the platform. Microsoft hasn’t made it widely known that its AI is equipped with an image generator, especially if you don’t keep up with their latest press releases. This could be partly because Bing’s image generator is integrated directly into the chat function. Just as Bing’s AI uses OpenAI’s ChatGPT, the AI art generator uses OpenAI’s DALL·E 2.
After having a human-like conversation with Bing, you can shift your focus and request it to create an image for you. Alternatively, you can visit the official Bing Image Creator website to avoid small talk. The best thing about the Image Creator website is that you don’t need to be signed up for the Bing Preview to give it a try. As long as you have a Microsoft account, you can experiment with the image generator immediately.
How to access Bing’s hidden AI image generator
To use the Bing Image Creator, you will need to go to the official website and log in to your account. If you are already a part of the Bing Preview program, you can also access the image generator through Bing Chat in Microsoft Edge. To begin, open a new chat and change the tone of responses from the default “More Balanced” to “More Creative.” This adjustment will give the AI more flexibility to make imaginative choices with your queries, which will allow you to unlock the art generator.
Once you have set up your chat preferences, you can dictate what you want to see. For instance, you could ask Bing to create an image of an iced coffee in outer space. Bing will take a few moments to “think” before starting the image generation process. If you want to speed up the time it takes to generate images, you can use “boosts,” although the normal speed is typically more than sufficient when experimenting with the tool.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform nearly everything we do in our digital lives. However, until this happens, it can be enjoyable to use AI for lighthearted purposes such as creating silly content like the one shown here: