Soon, we will be able to use ChatGPT to generate images even easier than with Midjourney or Stable Diffusion. This is one of the promises of Open AI, the parent company of the now famous conversational robot that detailed its intentions on Twitter. The latter is already able, in the United States and in its paid version, to analyze the images sent to it, as well as to respond vocally to its users.
From avatars promised by Meta, Facebook's parent company, to Microsoft's professional Copilot tool, chatbots are poised to play an increasing role in our daily lives. Exciting, provided however that these confidants respect the copyright of the texts and images that have allowed them to function as well as the privacy of their users.
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