Testing how DALL-E layers on to prior art

DALL-E is quite impressive and it’s been fun to see all the different images it has been conjuring up.

I am still on the waitlist but a few friends have access to it. One of them helped run a couple of queries on my behalf and it was quite interesting to see the result.

So the first query was “a public swimming pool inside a nuclear reactor”. That one got rejected due to violating the content policy. So we revised it to “a public swimming pool inside an energy reactor”

“a public swimming pool inside an energy reactor” – Dall-E

That was super impressive! But in my mind I had also imagined people in it. So my friend graciously ran another query “people swimming in a public pool inside a nuclear reactor”. And here’s what we got.

“people swimming in a public swimming pool inside an energy reactor” – Dall-E

Pretty neat right? It was interesting to see how the images changed when it layered on people to the previous set.

It’s interesting to realize that today I’m writing a blog post about just a couple of images generated this way. But in a few years this will probably be so common and taken for granted by many.

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