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Microsoft’s rolling out Edge’s AI image generator to everyone

The Microsoft Edge web browser logo against a swirling blue background.
Image: The Verge

Microsoft is making its DALL-E-powered AI image generator “available on desktop for Edge users around the world.” The company announced it’d be coming last month when it integrated the image generation tech into its Bing chatbot, but this move could make it available to a much wider audience.

When it rolls out — I and two other Verge staffers using Edge don’t appear to have access to it yet — the “Image Creator” will live in Edge’s sidebar. Using it should be pretty simple; you type in what you want to see, and Bing will generate several images that match the prompt. Then, you can download the ones you like and use them however you need.

In a Thursday blog post, Microsoft pitches the feature as a way to create “very specific” visuals…

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