Microsoft has announced several changes to Generative Artificial Intelligence in its products and services. The first is the availability of GPT-4 on the Azure OpenAI Service, in a sidebar, as well as in the Edge browser. The latter is achieved by the inclusion of Bing Image Creator, although still in the testing phase.
Azure OpenAI Service customers who want access to GPT-4 may now sign up for the free version of GPT, which they may use to enhance their applications and services using Artificial Intelligence.
It is only necessary to ask the chatbot to create an image through a direct description of what we want to see in it, or to make it a response to a previous question.
Microsoft will provide additional safeguards to Azure OpenAI, including the ability to decrypt potentially harmful images. It will also clarify which images are created by AI, as will include watermarks embedded in them.
Bing Image CreatorFor the time being, it will be available to many Bing users, both on its desktop and mobile versions. They will be able to access Image Creator via a specific website. Edge users will also have access if they are part of the testing group.
Microsoft intends to extend this powerful tool to users of Balanced and Precise modes at a later date. It also intends to modify the system's behavior through multi-step chats. For the time being, this technology is only compatible with English, although they are already working on it.