Is DALL-E innovative technology or not? Costs ≈$0.13 per image and more DALL-E Access Details

This Slogging thread occurred on Hackernoon’s official #random channel. These are the first two hundred images that we generated with DALL-E. Dall-E’s free trial costs $15 for 115 image generations and also appears to be a bit more consistent than GPT3. Almost every image feels a bit like it was made by a human…

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David Smoke

Founder and CEO of HackerNoon. I grew up on the east coast. He grew old on the west coast. Now cooking in Colorado.

Photo credit, entering “pixelated green clock on a laptop screen in san francisco” via DALL-E.

This Slogging thread by richard-kubina, Guy, David, Limarc, and Sheharyar Khan appeared on the official #random hackernoon channel. These are the first two hundred images that we generated with DALL-E.

I have access to Dall-e :excited:

Bruh, where is my beta key?!?!

Those featured images – they’ll be great!

https://dallery.gallery/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/The-DALL%C2%B7E-2-prompt-book-v1.01.pdf

:parrot_party:

So for imaging, is it an innovative technology or not?

From what I’ve gotten into, it’s pretty good! $15 for 115 generations of images, so it’s not too expensive either! It also seems to be a bit more consistent than GPT3

Revolutionary!

0.13$ per image rank

ten more tools

DALL E has an impressive flat. Almost all of the images feel a bit like they were made by a human.

this looks like so much fun

Since Dall.E couldn’t generate an accurate picture of you David, here’s Turnstile frontman Brendan Yates who I think is coming https://www.google.com/search?q=Brendan+Yates&client=firefox- bd&sxsrf=ALiCzsZ3aQ77IocJY8gao_CR-srnKGXNFQ :1661960185620&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj0gfqTtPH5AhXJ8bsIHWi1DHQQ_AUoAXoECAIQAw&biw=1920&bihimgUngy1&biw=1920&bihqUnfimgrc=9127&dBCoprc#MBCoprDM=9127&dBCopr=DMBCy1&dcr=2ahUKEwj0gfqTtPH5AhXJ8bsIHWi1DHQQ_AUoAXoECAIQAw

Sheharyar Khan Ha! That’s a new one. The latest ‘celebrity’ look-alike someone called me was https://www.google.com/search?q=Milo%C5%A1+Teodosi%C4%87&newwindow=1&client=firefox-bd&hl=en&sxsrf=ALiCzsa-WuCP_p8ISXM36EguvClgWWhoyw :1661967043844&source=lnms&tbm =isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwii-5razfH5AhWOAjQIHU11ApkQ_AUoAnoECAIQBA&biw=1364&bih=790&dpr=1.8

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Limarc is fun. you can try it here https://labs.openai.com/waitlist

Oh that’s interesting, they don’t want you to use it to create deep fakes of famous people.

yes i have seen people using stable broadcast to do that https://www.reddit.com/r/MediaSynthesis/comments/x2j01s/modern_celebrities_alternate_timelines/

This one has believable Adult Swim vibes for a show called something like “Suzette & Steed.”

Side note: Who does this image belong to? Me or http://OpenAi.com. My words. Your technology. On the free trial plan…

Ok, I got my first viable company logo in a featured image about the company now.

I can’t seem to find the right way to tell the DALL-E that it’s noon!

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