Microsoft-backed OpenAI has officially released its ‘Browse with Bing’ internet-browsing feature for ChatGPT, now available to Plus and Enterprise subscribers.
In a recent update, OpenAI announced the transition of its browsing feature, ‘Browse with Bing,’ out of beta. Users subscribed to the Plus and Enterprise plans no longer need to toggle the beta switch to utilize the browsing function. They can seamlessly choose ‘Browse with Bing’ from the GPT-4 model selector.
Moreover, OpenAI has successfully integrated DALL-E 3, the latest text-to-image model, with ChatGPT. This integration enables ChatGPT to respond to user inquiries with generated images, enhancing the overall user experience.
Users can now request images from ChatGPT by providing simple sentences or detailed paragraphs, and ChatGPT will accurately translate these requests into corresponding images, as stated by OpenAI.
Earlier this month, Microsoft made a significant announcement, making DALL-E 3 available to the public within Bing Chat and Bing.com/create at no cost. DALL-E 3, developed by OpenAI, offers improvements in image quality, detail, and accuracy, particularly in representing human hands, faces, and text within images.
DALL-E 3 exhibits notable enhancements, including heightened precision in following user prompts and ensuring a reliable response mechanism.
OpenAI has also incorporated new safety features within the model. This includes invisible watermarks on AI-generated content, complete with time and date stamps for easy identification. Additionally, a robust moderation system has been implemented to automatically filter and remove inappropriate or harmful images, reinforcing a safe and secure user experience.