Have a bunch of time to waste? DALL-E mini has you covered.
You may have seen the results of Boris Dayma’s DALL-E mini—now called Craiyon—on social media, where it has been surging in popularity. The online text-to-image AI can make your wildest dreams come true. For instance, Oscar the Grouch in a fancy dining room:
There are valid concerns around this kind of AI-generated art, especially in this world where sources are getting harder and harder to trust. (Full disclosure: Oscar the Grouch was never in these dining rooms.)
In Craiyon’s case, the images tend to be funky and obviously not real. So go ahead and see what Walter White looks like playing guitar or how a pink rubber ball bounces in space. The socials will love it.