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WhatsApp for Android will soon use AI to create custom stickers

WhatsApp for Android will soon use AI to create custom stickers

The beta version of WhatsApp for Android includes a feature that may please users of the Meta instant messaging app (and not so young).

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the site WABeta info It tells us that WhatsApp is currently rolling out a new update for its Android app through the Google Play beta program. Version of the program brings only one, but important, functionality: now, WhatsApp can produce files The stickers are generated by AI. Only a “very limited group of beta testers” currently has access to this tool, but there is no doubt that it will be made available to the general public in the coming weeks.

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So WhatsApp will allow users to create a sticker to post in chat using the ‘Create AI Sticker’ tool. On the same principle as Midjourney’s AIs or Dall-E’s OpenAI solution, you will create this technology Illustration based on text description Provided by users.

WhatsApp will create unique stickers thanks to artificial intelligence

As Wabieta explains, AI poster creation tool It should be very easy to access. On Android, it is enough to open it by clicking on the message box, then on the label button, at the bottom of the interface. button displays Create your own AI thumbnails will appear next. Clicking on it will take you to the dialog box for entering your query.

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You evoke generative AI like Midjourney or Dall-E admiration as much as it is fear. They make pictures The realism is breathtaking at times, an ability that is increasingly being misused for purposes of disinformation. WhatsApp users, a priori, should not be able to create very “offensive” stickers. If the “laughing cat on a skateboard” example is a good indication of the style of stickers that will be generated by WhatsApp, we can expect that The personal illustrations offered by the app remain in a bona fide style.

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