DALL-E 3 is finally here
Plus four more exciting AI tools
Hey there! Ever since ChatGPT’s new vision feature came out last week, those lucky enough to have early access have been coming up with some brilliant use cases—like deciphering messy handwriting, offering coaching tips based on photos from sports games, and identifying the location of where a picture was taken. But the true game-changer? You can now use ChatGPT to help you find Waldo.
Speaking of cool new features, here are my favorite new AI tools this week. :)
🛠️ 5 Amazing Future Tools
1. Bing Image Creator: Everyone expected that OpenAI’s new image generator DALL-E 3 would be available exclusively to paying ChatGPT users first. But just 10 days after its official announcement, DALL-E 3 is available via the Bing Image Creator—for free.
How it works: Accessing the new DALL-E version is easy. Go to Bing’s website, set up a free Microsoft account, and start prompting. You can also use Bing Image Creator through Bing Chat—pretty cool.
The exciting part? Images generated by DALL-E 3 are in a totally different league than those made with DALL-E 2. The amount of detail DALL-E 3 incorporates is set to give competitors (like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion) a run for their money. (Pricing: free)
I actually made a new YouTube video about DALL-E 3—go see for yourself!
2. Wasitai: A widespread worry in the age of generative AI? Detecting whether a piece of content was human-made or AI-generated. Wasitai is on a mission to help solve that problem.
How it works: Users can upload an image to Wasitai and receive instant feedback on whether that image appears to be AI-generated or not. I like this tool because it has a super simple and intuitive interface—drag and drop your image (or paste its URL), click a button, done! (Pricing: free)
3. Screenshot AI: Screenshots are great—but scrolling through a cluttered photo library to find them? Not so much. Screenshot AI helps you extract the most value from your iOS screenshots with its AI-powered organization and analysis tools.
How it works: Screenshot AI automatically syncs with your screenshots, analyzes and tags them, and makes them searchable. It also remembers the URLs from where screenshots were taken so you can jump straight to the source. (Pricing: unknown—tool still in beta)
Via Screenshot AI
4. Polycam: 2D image generation is everywhere, but Polycam allows you to create high-quality 3D models—and all you need is a smart phone.
How it works: Polycam turns any phone into a photogrammetry device which can quickly create stunning 3D models from photos. If you have a new Pro-model iOS device, Polycam also offers a free LiDAR tool you can use to 3D scan your surroundings.
New feature: Polycam recently added Gaussian Splatting (love that term) to its toolkit. This basically means that you can create smoother, more continuous images, and render from a wider range of viewpoints. (Pricing: freemium)
5. QPNotes: This AI-powered platform lets users from all over the world organize, share, and collaborate on AI prompts to boost their productivity.
How it works: QPNotes has two broad categories:
Organization: QPNotes allows you to sort your prompt by theme, purpose, or any other parameter.
Collaboration: Need prompt inspo? Browse the extensive prompt library of QPNotes’ community. Or share your own prompts with other AI enthusiasts.
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🗞️ AI Jobs to Check Out
Biotech company Flagship Pioneering is looking for an AI Research Intern to work on machine learning applications to biological problems.
Microsoft is hiring a Responsible AI Policy & Practice Director to translate AI research and policy into sound implementation standards.
Drive innovation in the language service provider market as Acolad’s Head of AI.
And that’s a wrap! Catch you back here on Friday for a roundup of the week’s AI news you definitely shouldn’t miss. Meanwhile, let me know if you’ve found any cool new ways to use ChatGPT’s new vision and audio features!
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And don't forget to check out all of the newest tools we've just added on Future Tools!
You rock! See ya next week. :)
P.S. This newsletter is 100% written by a human. Okay, maybe 96%.