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Before we learn what is DALL·E, we need to know one of the most popular topics in 2022. That is the AIGC.
What is AIGC?
AIGC or AI Generated Content refers to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to create content such as text, images, videos, and even music. AIGC models are trained on large datasets of text, images, videos, and audio, even text to video, and are capable of generating new content that is coherent, contextually relevant, and often indistinguishable from content created by humans.
AIGC models like GPT-3, ChatGPT, and DALL·E use natural language processing (NLP) and computer vision techniques to generate new content that is similar to human writing, images, or even music. These models can be used to generate new content for a wide range of applications, such as chatbots, virtual assistants, social media, marketing, entertainment, and more.
AIGC technology can be used to generate new content quickly, at scale, and with minimal human input. This can be especially useful for businesses and organizations that need to create a lot of content on a regular basis, such as news articles, blog posts, social media updates, and even product descriptions. And for those specifically focused on streamlining their blog creation process, AIGC can be a game-changer, powering the development of customized notion blog post templates that provide a structured framework for generating high-quality content rapidly and consistently.
However, it's important to note that the use of AIGC technology is still in the early stages, and the generated content may not always be entirely accurate, coherent, or contextually relevant. Additionally, the use of AIGC technology raises ethical considerations and some people are concerned about the potential impact on jobs and the future of creativity.
What is DALL·E？
DALL·E is a variant of GPT-3 (Generative Pre-training Transformer 3), which is a deep learning model developed by OpenAI. DALL ·E is a large-scale model trained on a diverse set of internet images and text and is capable of generating diverse and creative outputs such as images, text, and even music.
DALL·E can generate images by simply describing them in natural language. It can also generate text that is coherent and contextually relevant, and can complete text prompts in a creative and sensible manner. This model can also generate music, by providing a short melody or chord progression, DALL·E can generate new pieces of music that fit the provided context.
DALL·E's ability to generate images and text makes it a powerful tool for creative applications, like marketing, design, and entertainment. DALL·E can also be fine-tuned to perform specific tasks such as image captioning, text summarization, and even lyrics generation. Like GPT-3, DALL·E is also available via OpenAI's API, allowing developers to integrate the model into their applications with minimal setup.
Which countries users could use DALL·E?
Due to some reasons, OpenAI DALL·E is not available in countries such as China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Syria, and the Crimea region of Ukraine, as a result of the US government's sanctions and embargoes on these countries. However, it's important to note that laws and regulations are subject to change, and it's always advisable to check with OpenAI or consult with a legal professional to confirm the current situation.
How to use DALL·E outside of OpenAI available countries?
Because ChatGPT is only available in some countries, so, if you are in the unavailable countries, there are two things you need to do to make sure you can use ChatGPT:
You should choose a VPN service, which makes sure your IP could be proxied as an IP of one of the available countries.
You should use the phone number of one of the available countries to receive a verification code SMS. If you don't have a physical phone number, you can search for virtual phone number providers which could receive SMS from OpenAI on Google, such as eztalks, Burner, Hushed, or TextNow.
Please be informed that eztalks phone numbers are VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) numbers. As such, eztalks cannot guarantee that every shortcode globally will be able to reach eztalks numbers, even if the eztalks number is from the same country as the shortcode. There may be cases where external short code carriers do not have reach to eztalks, or technical issues may prevent those messages from reaching our platform.