The use of text-to-image artificial intelligence generators is expanding “faster than AI companies can shape norms around its use,” The Washington Post reports. Researchers are concerned widespread public use of text-to-image generators can create “dangerous outcomes,” such as “reinforcing racial and gender stereotypes” or forging artists’ work. OpenAI, developers of image generator DALL-E, named after Salvador Dali and Pixar’s WALL-E, do not allow users to replicate images of celebrities and politicians to prevent the creation of disinformation. Google and Meta have announced they will soon launch similar text-to-image generators.
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