Microsoft improves image creator feature in Bing Chat

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The ability to create images is one of the exciting features; luckily for users, it’s improving with time. That is what Microsoft is claiming. The software giant has recently claimed that the image creator tool in Bing Chat improved recently, allowing users to get images based on their text description. It should now take lesser time to create images in Bing Chat.

Jordi Ribas, Microsoft CVP, Head of Engineering and Product for Bing, has shared important information on his Twitter account detailing how much Image Creator in the chatbot has improved recently. According to Ribas, Microsoft has reduced image creation time by 30%, helping users generate images much faster than previously. Image Creator is available in all chat modes, including Creative, Balanced, and Precise. You should see the improvements irrespective of which mode you select.

You can create images by going to Bing.com. Also, Bing in Edge sidebar can generate images based on the text description. If you’re using Edge on your phone, you can also use text input to generate images by clicking the Bing icon at the bottom of the browser.

In other news related to Bing, Microsoft is working on adding the ability to allow Bing on Edge Sidebar to remember conversations. When available, all the conversations taking place on the Bing Chat in Edge Sidebar will be visible in the Recent activity section on the Bing Chat page. However, it’s unclear how soon it will be available for users.

Meanwhile, you can use Bing Chat if you have a Microsoft account and Edge browser installed on your PC and phone. And the best part is you don’t need to join a waitlist to get access to the Bing chatbot.

If you have used Bing Chat already, you can share what you love and hate about the chatbot in the comments section.

 

More about the topics: ai, Bing Chat, generative AI, Image Creator, microsoft