Google is expected to add a large number of artificial intelligence functions to its various products, some of which are rumoured to be announced at the I/O 2023 developer conference.
According to the latest information discovered by 9To5Google, Google seems to be integrating a text-to-image generator in the Android version of the Gboard mobile input method.
It decompiled the Gboard Beta application (12.7.05.507749191) uploaded by Google to the Play Store and found that some strings in the code referenced “Imagen Keyboard“.
Remarks from IT Home: Imagen is Google’s text image model. It claims that just by giving a description of a scene, Imagen can generate high-quality, high-resolution images, a bit like OpenAI’s DALL·E.
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According to the code content, the “Imagen Keyboard” function will appear in the shortcut page. Therefore, it is conceivable that users can enter text in the “Imagen Keyboard” and directly generate pictures for writing, chatting, etc. It’s unclear when the feature will roll out.