That’s because artificial intelligence (AI) technology has created one of the most sophisticated mashup-making, art-generating machines available to the public. The AI program DALL-E creates nine-panel comics based on art descriptions input by users. Of course, that means the internet is busting a gut as every one of its wildest dreams instantly comes true.
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What is DALL-E?
Known as DALL-E, a play on Disney’s robot WALL-E and Spanish artist Salvador Dalí, the open-source AI program can transmute human language descriptions into their near-exact corresponding images.
“I’m dying,” @tylerzanca said of their Godzilla portrait.
— Bryan (@twerkforseitan) June 9, 2022
“LMAO I can’t believe how accurate this thing is,” @twerkforseitan wrote in a tweet.
What is the difference between DALL-E mini, DALL-E and DALL-E 2?
OpenAI has three different versions of its program. DALL-E mini, at Hugging Face, is the popular version because it produces the silliest, most imaginative images.
DALL-E, at OpenAI, is a bit more sophisticated. Therefore, the images are a lot more realistic and less meme-able. OpenAI has also launched its waitlist for DALL-E 2, the upgraded and improved version of DALL-E.
How do you use DALL-E programs?
The best part about using the open-source program is how easy it is. All you have to do is use your imagination. Visit Hugging Face, go to the search bar and type in a noun, a verb, another noun and an art style. For example, “Cardi B riding a bike to Woodstock ’99 rococo” might yield some interesting results.
Note: Hugging Face currently states “too much traffic, please try again” when you attempt to use the program. While that gets sorted out, here’s some inspiration in the meantime.
— Nick (@Fruitymcdoo) June 7, 2022
— Mid-Atlantic Native Tree Enthusiast (@karides_antonio) June 9, 2022
— Snoop Dogg at (@LegendDallE) June 11, 2022
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