OpenAI has unveiled its Dall-E 3 platform, the latest version of its text-to-image tool, which uses the popular chatbot, ChatGPT.
The company said that “Dall-E 3” will be available to “ChatGPT Plus” and “Enterprise” customers in October, and explained in a statement, “Dall-E 3 can translate precise commands into highly detailed images.”
She indicated that the latest version will contain more guarantees that take into account moral values, such as limiting its ability to create violent or hateful content.
It also included laws that help reject requests requesting images of public figures by name, or those requesting images in the style of a living artist, in an effort to ensure intellectual property rights.
OpenAI said that creators have the right to opt out of using some or all of their work used to train text-to-image tools in the future.
OpenAI, which is famous for creating precise artificial intelligence tools for converting text to images, is trying to win this field against many competitors, most notably “Tonghe” from “Alibaba”, “MidGearney” and “StabilityAI”, who are working on improving their models to generate… the pictures.
However, there are many concerns about AI-generated images, as a Washington court ruled last August that artwork created by AI without any human input cannot be copyrighted under US law.
OpenAI is also facing several lawsuits, as a trade group for American authors recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of writers including John Grisham and “Game of Thrones” novelist George R.R. Martin, accusing the company of training the “GPTChat” program in a malicious way. Illegal for their actions without permission.