It’s an AI showdown: Which AI photo generator is the winner? You’ve probably heard of ChatGPT by now, but did you know that AI is also creating near-instant images? Open AI, the artificial intelligence lab behind ChatGPT, also has Dahl-E 2, The system they claim can create photorealistic images and artwork based on simple cues you give it.
Now, Microsoft has joined the conversation with a new image creator on Microsoft Bing, and it’s already proven to have some advantages over other image AI generators already online. Let’s dig in and compare the two to see which is really the best.
Which is more cost-effective?
In terms of cost, Bing Image Creator is definitely the better choice. One of the more convenient features of Bing Image Creator is that you only need a Microsoft account to use it, and it’s free to create. Everyone starts out with 25 lifts per day, which helps create images faster. There is no additional cost to produce these images.
However, Dall-E is not free to use. Only those who sign up to start using Dall-E before April 6, 2023 will receive the free credits, which also expire within one month of use. If your free credits run out, or you miss the April deadline, you’ll have to pay at least $15 to use the generator. A minimum of $15 will get you 115 points, which you can only pay in $15 increments (so the next lowest you can pay is $30, $45, etc.).
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Which is easier to use?
As it turns out, both are relatively easy to use, so in this case, one doesn’t really have a huge advantage over the other.
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How do you get these programs to generate images?
Both sites require you to type in a tooltip, which is essentially a description of what you want the image to look like.
The more specific your prompts, the more accurate your description will be.
Take a look at the example below. I first tried typing the word “deodorant,” but it didn’t describe me as accurately as “a deodorant stick on an empty dresser.”
Once you’ve come up with a specific tip, you just hit “Generate” or “Create” and they’ll make an image for you. If you like the image they created for you, you can download that image to your device or share it with your friends. Both Bing Image Creator and Dall-E will give you four images when you type the prompt, and you can choose which ones to download or share.
How to use Bing Image Creator
- click your favorite image
- according to download save it
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How to use Dall-E
- go labs.openai.com
- make sure you have enough image credits
- enter a quickly in the search bar
- click produce
- click your favorite photos.
- Note that if you are not satisfied with any of these images, you can click the generate button again to see more options.
- click save download or share send to a friend
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Who has a better image?
Neither option is perfect, however, I think Bing is the best fit for this one.I tried several different hints for each, one of which was “A dog who makes breakfast.” The image of the dog wearing a chef hat on the left is from Bing, and the image of the dog with creepy fingers on the right is from Dall-E.
The Dall-E image is a bit more realistic than the Bing image, and it looks more like a painting than a photograph.Another hint I’ve tried is “pile old iPhone Get ready to throw out the trash. “ Left image via Bing, right image via Dall-E.
Neither image is terrific, but at least Bing has managed to turn the iPhone into an actual stack rather than a mess.
However, neither Bing nor Dalle-2 is perfect.I try to enter another prompt “Holding hands’, and what I expected was two people holding hands. What I got, however, was basically a mess of fingers sticking out of both arms.
Notice something equally odd when it comes to the Dalle-2 version?
Both image generators seem to require a lot of specificity if you want them to be made exactly the way you want them to be. Now, I’d say Bing Image Creator is the better choice overall. However, I foresee these two companies competing against each other for many years to come, so I wouldn’t be surprised if OpenAI returns with a better option in the coming months.
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