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4 Nov, 2022
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DALL-E 2, OpenAI’s image-generating AI system, has become available as an API, meaning developers can build the system into their apps, websites and services, TechCrunch reports.

OpenAI announced that any developer can start tapping the power of DALL-E 2 — which more than three million people are now using to produce over four million images a day — once they create an OpenAI API account as part of the public beta.

Pricing for the DALL-E 2 API varies by resolution. For 1024×1024 images, the cost is $0.02 per image; 512×512 images are $0.018 per image; and 256×256 images are $0.016 per image. Volume discounts are available to companies working with OpenAI’s enterprise team.

As with the DALL-E 2 beta, the API will allow users to generate new images from text prompts or edit existing images.

Starting from today images generated with the API won’t be required to contain a watermark. OpenAI introduced watermarking during the DALL-E 2 beta as a way to indicate which images originated from the system, but has chosen to make it optional with the launch of the API.

We encourage developers to disclose that images are AI-generated, but do not require that they include the DALL-E 2 signature,

Luke Miller, the product manager at OpenAI overseeing DALL-E 2’s development, told TechCrunch.