Bing Chat and DALL-E 3’s spicy fling

PLUS: Even more "magical" AI tools


Good morning, human brains. Welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.

Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • AI-powered… pizza tech? 🍕 🤖❓

    Microsoft and Domino’s partnered to enhance pizza ordering with AI.

  • Bing Chat’s new BFF: DALL-E 3 👩‍❤️‍👨 ❤️‍🔥

    You can access the image generator for free before GPT Plus users.

  • Even more “magical” AI tools 🎩 🪄 🐇

    Canva launched Magic Studio, a suite of graphic design tools.


Big tech meets big pizza 🍕 🤖❓

Microsoft’s been clingy lately.

A week ago, Microsoft partnered with Snapchat to offer sponsored ads in Snapchat’s “My AI” chatbot.

Two days ago, it partnered with Domino’s to develop AI to enhance operations and customer service.

Like, the pizza company? Yes, the pizza company.

Don't sleep on Domino's, they are surprisingly tech-savvy and have at times outperformed a large majority of tech companies on the stock market.

I could eat pizza, why read about it..?

It’s not just the pizza, Domino’s will integrate AI into every aspect of its business model.

So, what’s the point?

  • To improve the ordering process

  • To create AI assistants for store managers

  • To make tools to enhance food prep and more.

  • To create an “Innovation Lab” with company leaders and engineers to develop new tech and processes.

Our take: The good is that this AI streamlines taking orders, back-end operations, customer recommendations, and more. The bad is that it could eventually lead to job losses.

Either way, the AI wars wage on, and Microsoft’s strategy seems to be to gather as many partnerships as possible.


Text-To-Image Generation Models

One of the first modern models was alignDRAW, introduced in 2015 by researchers from the University of Toronto.

Image generation models have transitioned from early Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), to modern marvels like DALL-E, CogView, and Stable Diffusion.

Over the years, they’ve moved from creating simple pictures in very specific areas to skillfully turning text into lively images on a wide range of topics, helping with creative artwork, telling stories visually, and understanding things in a multitude of ways.


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Bing Chat and DALL-E 3’s spicy fling 👩‍❤️‍👨 ❤️‍🔥

Two weeks ago, we covered OpenAI’s latest text-to-image tool — DALL-E 3. It generates images with faces, hands, and text, and uses ChatGPT, so you can input better prompts.

Fast-forward to two days ago, Microsoft shoved DALL-E 3 into Bing Chat. Could this be love?

So, it’s in Bing Chat. Who cares..? 

You can use DALL-E 3 for free, right now, in both Bing Chat and Bing Image Creator. You can access it before it comes to ChatGPT’s paying customers later this month.

Did you say “free?”

Our take: If you told us last month that Microsoft would have the most popular image-generation tool, we’d have laughed in your face. Now? We might actually use Bing.

Dope pics you can make:


Magic AI, magic AI everywhere 🎩 🪄 🐇

Is it AI, or is it magic?

Last month, eBay released its “magical” AI tool. It’s an AI tool for sellers that generates a product listing from a single photo.

Hopping on the bandwagon, Canva launched Magic Studio. It’s a suite of AI-powered design tools.

Magic Studio beefs up Canva with new AI features like Magic Design, Magic Design for Video, Magic Switch, and Magic Write.

The magical deets:

  • Magic Design allows you to quickly create design elements via text prompts.

  • Magic Design for Video is a new video creation tool via a partnership with Runway’s Gen2 AI tech.

  • Magic Switch allows you to take a design into different layouts, styles, and languages. 

  • Magic Write provides you with copywriting assistance tailored to your brand voice.

Should I jump on this? Well, Adobe released similar features into Express over two months ago. While these features aren’t groundbreaking, having them all in one place is very convenient.

With many of these features available for free and more available for around $15 a month, this is a pretty good option if you’re looking for intuitive, AI-powered graphic design.



Think Pieces

How AI will look in the future. The current limitations of AI and some pitfalls that, once solved, will accelerate AI’s growth.

The challenges and potential strategies for open-source AI. How to combat the high capital expenditure required to build AI models.

Is AI sneakier than humans? An AI algorithm scans suspicious images more accurately and quickly than people.

Startup News

LinkedIn unveils new AI tools. These include an AI-powered search, recruiting feature, ad campaign manager, and more.

Anthropic seeks to raise $2 billion. Google is expected to participate in this next funding round.

OpenAI launches a 6-month program. It’s specifically tailored for researchers outside of machine learning to transition into AI.


Pause tokens — a paper about training AI models to take more time between responses.

DeepMind’s Open X-Embodiment dataset — It, along with 33 academic labs, trained a robotics model with data from 22 robot types.

SmartPlay — a benchmark for evaluating LLM agent performance and identifying potential research gaps.


TMate — get AI-powered insights from your meetings.

Emojis.alexandru — create usable emojis from text prompts.

Intently — generates leads from LinkedIn interactions. — another AI tool that creates a different style of emojis.


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