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(Pocket-lint) - During Microsoft's Fall Event the company revealed a new graphic design app that uses DALL-E 2 to help users create images with AI. 

The app, unoriginally named Microsoft Designer, is set to be available via Microsoft 365 and uses both Microsoft AI and DALL-E 2 to apparently help creative people save time and enhance the results of their work. 

Microsoft says that this app will let people create content whatever their level of expertise. Naturally, because images are being created by artificial intelligence this means you can create unique images automatically and have them created just for you. 


In the long term, these creator tools are also planned to be integrated into both Microsoft Edge and Bing as well. This should have some interesting implications for the future of image creation. 

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Writing by Adrian Willings.
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