DALL·E 2 is a new AI system by OpenAI that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language.
On 04-Nov-22, DALL·E opened up their APIs. Using Intuiface API Explorer, you can now leverage the front end capabilities of Intuiface to talk to DALL·E servers and generate artistic / photorealistic images using text descriptions or “prompts”.
How it works
Users must register with OpenAI and be given a private API key for DALL·E access (you’ll need a credit card to register)
The API allows Intuiface to feed the image prompt into DALL·E over the internet
The image is then generated on OpenAI’s servers and returned to the Intuiface experience
Today’s AI developments are mind-blowing and the work of the devil. And now, Paolo, you are teaching people how to harness this evil. What’s your plan!?! Thanks as usual for your intellectual generosity and for illustrating the power of Intuiface’s support for Web APIs. Coincidentally, we just published a landing page dedicated to API Explorer. The product has been on our minds as well…
I was playing around and decided to try out Stable Diffusion in Composer. Their API is quite simple and can be accessed via curl statement, which API Explorer supports in addition to Web APIs. However, the text-based query is submitted using the ‘form’ parameter, a curl nuance that is NOT supported by API Explorer.
Thanks entirely to @Seb’s help, he figured out a workaround that is API Explorer-friendly. So here is the curl statement you can give to API Explorer in order to work with Stable Diffusion: