Prompt: “A humanoid robot reading The Wall Street Journal sitting on a yellow bench.”
By Joanna Stern
New text-to-image generators powered by artificial intelligence, including OpenAI Dall-E 2 and Stability AI DreamStudio, let you type in almost any phrase and get an image. WSJ’s Joanna Stern explains the tech and pits it against a real photographer and a real man in a robot suit.
Tech Things With Joanna Stern
Everything is now a tech thing. In creative and humorous videos, WSJ senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern explains and reviews the products, services and trends that are changing our world.
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