Bing's AI image creator (powered by DALL-E)

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Working the monastery herb garden.
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And again adapted for the celebs that still work for me:
Chris Evans:
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Hugh Jackman:
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Patrick Stewart:
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Richard Armitage:
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and Prince William:
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DallE-3 still gives good bubble butt, it's just (semi-)clothed in Bing :)
 

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Not really, but there are prompt generators for SD (you plug in a pic and it spits out a prompt to recreate that pic) and if you then plug the generated prompt into Bing they sometimes work but are extremely restrictive (can't change a word, can't move a comma). And because you described something similar I was just wondering.
No, the official "beauty" of Bing is the natural language usage instead of a language formula. But yeah, 'not X' tends to get you 'X'
Is there a thread in this site for how to write an effective prompt where people share advice as Bing adapts? I think I need to go back to the basics because I bet it's in how I am phrasing a typical prompt at the very beginning, the way I am building the command from the first few words.
 

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I get calls to shut down or censor services when people start making fake porn of real people. There's a consent issue there. It sucks that the Taylor Swift problem nerfed Designer for all of us, but I understand the reasoning behind it.

I don't understand drawing attention to people making fake porn of people that don't exist. I actually like a lot of 404 Media's work, and I have a lot of personal concerns about contemporary AI tech, but this particular issue (perhaps selfishly) just feels like empty moral panic to me. Object to the copyright issues with image generators? Fine. Object to diverting people's wallets away from working studio and OF performers? Okay. Object to the environmental impact of running AI servers? Sure. But none of that was mentioned, just "people are breaking the TOS by making porn of imaginary people!" Silly.
 

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Am I right in thinking there are currently no other instances of dall-e we can use? Bing was good for a while, then cici while short lived was incredible…TensorArt is free but not great in comparison, also I’m not skilled to get the real benefit of it. I much prefer the style of the bing/cici art - is that specific to dall-e?
 

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I much prefer the style of the bing/cici art - is that specific to dall-e?
Yes. DALL-E costs money to use, so really only companies like Microsoft and ByteDance can afford to offer free access to the public. You can use it through a paid ChatGPT subscription, but I've heard that interface is similarly locked down, with the chatbot filtering everything that goes between you and DALL-E.

As far as I know, the only way to get unfiltered DALL-E at this point would be to make your own app that talks to it via API, and pay for each generation yourself. I imagine even going this route, you might risk losing your account for violating OpenAI's terms. I don't know how closely they monitor it (maybe not so closely, if Cici was mass producing porn for over a month).
 
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Yes. DALL-E costs money to use, so really only companies like Microsoft and ByteDance can afford to offer free access to the public. You can use it through a paid ChatGPT subscription, but I've heard that interface is similarly locked down, with the chatbot filtering everything that goes between you and DALL-E.

As far as I know, the only way to get unfiltered DALL-E at this point would be to make your own app that talks to it via API, and pay for each generation yourself. I imagine even going this route, you might risk losing your account for violating OpenAI's terms. I don't know how closely they monitor it (maybe not so closely, if Cici was mass producing porn for over a month).
OpenAI also filters and rewrites prompts for images generated by standard API calls. DALL-E images from the API are as censored as ones made by asking ChatGPT, which you're correct is even more locked down than current state Bing Image Creator.

Bing and Cici (and its related Coze AI platform) are exceptions in that OpenAI allows them to make direct DALL-E API calls without them being rewritten. We can assume this was with assurance from their creators (Microsoft and ByteDance) to implement their own robust prompt and image filters.

It's unclear if there are other apps out there which OpenAI granted the same exception.

However given that, to date, Bing and Cici have been the only apps that people have managed to make porn using DALL-E with. And given how huge the owners of those apps are (literally a couple of the world's biggest tech companies), it doesn't seem like an exception OpenAI grants loosely.
 

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Bing and Cici (and its related Coze AI platform) are exceptions in that OpenAI allows them to make direct DALL-E API calls without them being rewritten. We can assume this was with assurance from their creators (Microsoft and ByteDance) to implement their own robust prompt and image filters.
Did not know this, but it makes sense. Otherwise plenty of people would have been making their own DALL-E apps to generate porn already. Thanks for the correction
 

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Yes. DALL-E costs money to use, so really only companies like Microsoft and ByteDance can afford to offer free access to the public. You can use it through a paid ChatGPT subscription, but I've heard that interface is similarly locked down, with the chatbot filtering everything that goes between you and DALL-E.

As far as I know, the only way to get unfiltered DALL-E at this point would be to make your own app that talks to it via API, and pay for each generation yourself. I imagine even going this route, you might risk losing your account for violating OpenAI's terms. I don't know how closely they monitor it (maybe not so closely, if Cici was mass producing porn for over a month).

Ive been able to generate the best images so far with CiciAI, much better than the last batch pre-nerf of Bing ( and nowhere close to how bad is Bing now :( ).

Honestly, I would gladly pay for a service that offers me what Cici was offering these past weeks, and I wonder if it will be released at some point. IMHO they are loosing money not doing it
 

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I was asking copilot what the best wording was to get a low-to-high angle on images, so I explained that it was as if a mouse was taking the picture, and it generated these:

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extremely cute, and although it was not what I was after I did learn it's just simply called "low-to-high angle". For anyone who wants to use that in a prompt :)