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Generate images from text

I've been thinking since early AI Dungeon of an idea for the AI to create images based on what you type, similar to the Text 2 Image AI, and if the image is way too incomprehensible, people can upload their own image/edit whatever the AI thinks the image is.

To make it basic you could target specific nouns someone would say in their story, like if someone says "tavern" or "house" or "grocery store" the image pops up.

Somehow if DALL-E could know the context the story is in, then the nouns could center around that. For example, Context: 1950's or Context: 10,000bc or Context: Mars

Just an idea.

  • Guest
  • Jan 16 2021
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  • Guest commented
    19 Jul 05:49pm

    Or visa versa so you can generate text from images.

  • Guest commented
    25 May 07:56am

    Forums in Internet have people uploading images all the time and lawsuits dont follow. At least let us upload images we have in our drives for our own scenarios, rather than having AI Dungeon select them at random from the Internet. A scenario cannot be that different from a post in an Internet forum.

  • Guest commented
    8 Apr 09:47pm

    it wouid be a premium only feature

  • Guest commented
    7 Apr 05:33pm

    Any consideration of using Artbreeder to do this? I know some are against the idea of images to go along with the game (so make it optional lol). An admin mentioned lawsuits could be problematic, so would utilizing a website that AIDungeon has already used work? I know Artbreeder generates landscapes, faces, and characters fairly well (as well as a myriad of random nouns).

  • Guest commented
    2 Apr 03:32pm

    This would definitely work better with like characters because you have already given a lot of description about what the character would look like. Other things probably wouldn't have enough data to generate something that is to the player's liking. Remember the phrase, a picture says 1000 words. You might need a lot more than "supermarket" to describe it enough to make an accurate image.

  • Guest commented
    23 Mar 10:04pm

    I have to shoot this one down, if for no other reason than that, for each person, they envision something different. If you give a set, uniform version of what to show, it'll force the AI to show that to each player.

    Plus, different Scenario, different idea. There might be a different description of the image, where the scenery's coloring and decorations are altered.

    Artists tend to also require payment-they need to eat, too, y'know. It'd be exorbitant to hire or commission an artist to draw each of these suggestions. There are far too many things to draw (and people come up with new ones daily). The alternative of just ripping some random image from the internet is...Bad, for obvious reasons.

  • Guest commented
    15 Mar 06:27pm

    This sounds sick!

  • Guest commented
    8 Mar 05:51pm

    a hyperlink in BBC code works, AI doesnt need to generate, but us, the players

  • Admin
    David Eggertsen commented
    8 Mar 05:49pm

    This is a highly requested feature, but is not as simple as simply adding Open AI's DALL-E to the game. First of all, Open AI hasn't yet made DALL-E accessible. Second of all, the idea of image generation in a game where anything is possible could end badly for many many reasons, especially when it come to safety and security. While this is something we definitely plan to do in the future of AI gaming, there is a lot that will need to happen first to ensure lawsuits don't follow.