With Microsoft already integrating Open AI into several products such as Bing, Edge, and others, we expect Google to jump on board the A.I. hype train and roll out several new features.
Google is planning to integrate the text-to-image generator Imagen with Gboard on Android devices, according to a recent 9to5Google report.
According to reports, the new text-to-image generator will be visible on the shortcuts page, which also includes options like the clipboard, translate, sticker, and others.
Imagen, like Dall-E 2, was released in May of last year and allows users to create photorealistic images. Imagen, according to Google, is based on its ‘large transformer language models’ and is surprisingly effective at encoding text for image synthesis.’
Last year, Google compared Imagen to other image generators such as Dall-E 2 and Stable Diffusion, and claimed that its image generator was better at understanding user requests and could handle rare words and difficult prompts with ease.
If Google integrates the text-to-image generator Imagen with Gboard on Android devices, users will be able to create and send their own images without having to search the internet for one.
This will undoubtedly save users time and allow them to focus on what they want to do.