12:27:10 PM PDT - Wednesday, August 10th, 2022

A startup is charging $1.99 for strings of text to feed to DALL-E 2  

By Editor - Fri Jul 29, 2:31 pm

Figuring out the right text prompts to yield the best results with AI systems like OpenAI’s DALL-E 2 has become a science in its own right. Now a startup is looking to let “prompt engineers” cash in with an online marketplace that sells these finely tuned phrases. PromptBase , launched in June, allows users to sell strings of words that net predictable results with particular systems. Priced at $1.99 — PromptBase takes a 20% cut — the content that the prompts generate range from “viral” headlines to pictures of sports team logos, knitted dolls and animals wearing suits. At the moment, PromptBase hosts only prompts tested on DALL-E 2 and GPT-3. But according to its founder, Ben Stokes, the plan is to expand the platform to additional systems in the future. “Our ultimate aim is to build tools in order to help support prompt engineers

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A startup is charging $1.99 for strings of text to feed to DALL-E 2

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