To find a perfect image for your graphic design, if you have something in mind, you generally go to a search engine. From the image search results, you will choose whatever is closest to what you had in mind. Sometimes, you may not get the images you expected since they don’t exist on the web. To solve this issue, Microsoft is bringing the power of DALL∙E 2-powered image-generator technology to Bing.
Using the new Image Creator feature on Microsoft Bing, you will be able to create images that don’t yet exist. You can just type in a description of something, any additional context like location or activity, and an art style, and Bing Image Creator will make the image for you.
This feature is not yet available for everyone today as Microsoft is taking a measured approach to roll out this feature. Microsoft will soon start with a limited preview in select countries to get user feedback. After applying the learnings, Microsoft will expand further to other countries.
When Bing Image Creator becomes available, you will be able to access it by navigating to the Bing Images tab and clicking on “Image Creator,” by going to bing.com/create or through the Image Creator icon in the sidebar in Microsoft Edge.