The controversial AI-powered image generator has gone live. Jonathan Keane weighs up what the consequence of this may be
When DALL-E, an image generator powered by artificial intelligence, opened up its software for widespread use this month, it marked an important step in the circulation of AI art creation to a wider audience.
Built by OpenAI, a start-up backed by Microsoft and several Silicon Valley luminaries, DALL-E has gradually edged its way into the mainstream.
The software has become one of the leading applications of artificial intelligence in image creation.
Users upload content and …