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How to Use Google’s Free AI Generator ImageFX

How to Use Google’s Free AI Generator ImageFX

Key Takeaways Sign in with Google to try the ImageFX AI art generator. Create a prompt and use Expressive Chips for image variations. Explore different ideas by using keywords or copying existing prompts, then download your favorite result. With a low barrier of entry and a design that suggests plenty of ideas, experimenting with Google’s free Image FX AI generator takes just a few minutes. Step 1: Sign In With a Google Account Start by heading to the AI Test Kitchen website, where you will find ImageFX. You will need to sign in with your Google account to use the tool for free, so go ahead and click the Sign in with Google button. Once logged in, you will see a short notice about ImageFX that points out its experimental nature, reminding you to take care with how you use it. After reading through the information, click Got it, then you will arrive at the ImageFX AI image generator. As of writing, ImageFX is only available in select regions including the US, Kenya, New Zealand, …

How to use ImageFX | ZDNET

How to use ImageFX | ZDNET

Maria Diaz/ZDNET With all the investment Google has made into artificial intelligence (AI), it’s not surprising the tech giant recently launched its own AI-powered image generator, ImageFX, which is set to rival OpenAI’s DALL-E 3, Midjourney, Microsoft’s Image Creator by Designer, and many others.  Also: The best AI image generators to try right now ImageFX is powered by Imagen 2, the latest generation of Google’s text-to-image technology. Each image created with ImageFX is embedded with DeepMind’s SynthID, a digital watermark that is invisible to the naked eye, but which shows that the image was created by AI. How to use ImageFX Photo created using ImageFX with the prompt, “photo of a kangaroo in a colorful bakery looking at desserts in a display case with flowers and pastel colors.” Maria Diaz/ZDNET via ImageFX by Google Screenshot by Maria Diaz/ZDNET This step requires you to sign in to your Google account and, if it’s your first time using ImageFX, you’ll need to click through the AI Test Kitchen’s email settings, such as whether or not you’d like …

I just tried Google’s ImageFX AI image generator, and I’m shocked at how good it is

I just tried Google’s ImageFX AI image generator, and I’m shocked at how good it is

ImageFX-generated photo with the prompt: An abstract photo that represents technology.  Sabrina Ortiz via ImageFX/ZDNET ZDNET’s key takeaways ImageFX,  from Google, is free to use and is easily accessible today via its website or Google Labs.    It’s an easy-to-use image generator that produces impressive, high-quality results.  However, if you rely on an image generator for your everyday workflow, there are better options for you.  Google was late to the image generator game, releasing its first AI image generator, ImageFX, to the public last week, over a year after DALL-E 3 was released. The burning question is: Was the wait worth it? I am happy (and surprised) to report it was.  Accessing the free tool is easy; all you have to do is visit Google Labs and select ImageFX or visit the ImageFX page directly. Then, you sign into your personal Google account and you are set to start tinkering.  Also: I’m taking AI image courses for free on Udemy with this little trick – and you can too You can generate an image as you would with …