Google finally makes its astonishing AI image tool public – kind of

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The battle of the AI art generators has been heating up as big tech giants enter the ring. While the space is currently dominated by DALL-E 2, Stable Diffusion and Midjourney, Microsoft, Meta and Google have all announced text-to-image (or text-to-video) tools on the way. Now Google’s just made its offering public – or at least part of it.

Google first gave us a glimpse of Imagen, its AI image generator, back in May with the publication of a proof-of-concept paper and the launch of website showcasing some of the results of the tool. It’s just released limited features of the tool to the public – and they’re bizarrely specific (for more on how AI art generators work, see our piece on how to use DALL-E 2).

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