DALL-E API released by OpenAI in public beta

by | Nov 3, 2022 | Technology

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Get ready, developers: Today, OpenAI released the hotly anticipated DALL-E API in public beta, which means developers can now integrate DALL-E directly into their apps and products.

With the announcement, DALL-E, a transformer language model that allows users to use natural language prompts to create and edit original images, joins GPT-3, Embeddings and Codex in Open AI’s API platform.

Companies such as Cala, a fashion design platform, and Mixtiles, which prints online photos on lightweight decorative tiles, have already implemented and tested the API for their specific use cases.

Meanwhile, Microsoft is bringing DALL-E to its new graphic design app, Designer — and is also integrating DALL-E into Bing and Microsoft Edge with Image Creator, allowing users to create images if web results don’t return what they’re looking for. Stock imagery provider Shutterstock also announced last week that it would use the API to offer DALL-E-generated images to customers.

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DALL-E APIOpenAI will continue to iterate DALL-E API

The API will be available for anybody to use on the OpenAI platform, Luke Miller, product manager at OpenAI, told VentureBeat.

With the API in beta, “we’ll continue to iterate and improve through the end of the year,” he said. “We’re really excited for all the ways that developers can take this technology and customize it for specific needs, specific applications and specific communities, to scale further than we ever could.”

Miller added that the company has taken many of the lessons learned over the past months of deploying the DALL-E beta to millions of users and built it into the API, “so we can feel comfortable shar …

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