Microsoft Designer, an AI-powered graphic design tool, is now available in limited beta testing on the LinkedIn desktop app. As reported by MSPowerUser, the tool allows users to create professional-looking graphics without any prior design experience.
Microsoft Designer, which was launched in beta last year, uses artificial intelligence to help users create stunning visuals and graphics for various purposes. Users can simply enter a few keywords or phrases, and the tool will generate a variety of different designs. The tool also includes a number of customization options, so users can fine-tune their designs to their liking.
At Ignite 2022, Microsoft announced a big integration for DALL∙E 2 in Azure DevOps Service, building on the company's powerful partnership with OpenAI. it delivers DALL∙E 2 benefits on Windows 11 to provide AI art capabilities. It essentially works as an editor with drag-and-drop functionality. In March, Microsoft launched Bing Image Creator, which adds DALL-E/Microsoft Designer capabilities directly into Bing. It sits alongside the company's Bing Chat GPT-4 powered chatbot.
Microsoft Designer is a powerful tool that can be used to create a variety of different graphics, including social media posts, presentations, and marketing materials. The integration is easy to use and can be accessed from any device with a web browser. Microsoft's integration of Designer in LinkedIn is currently a preview available for select users.
LinkedIn is Building its AI Capabilities
Microsoft has been boosting the AI capabilities in LinkedIn recently. Last month, the company unveiled LinkedIn Coach, and new generative AI companion. The news of LinkedIn Coach was first reported by app researcher Nima Owji, who shared screenshots of the assistant on Twitter.
The screenshots show that LinkedIn Coach is still in development, but it already has a number of features that could be helpful to job seekers. For example, the assistant can help users find open positions that match their skills and interests, and it can also provide tips on how to ace a job interview.
In March, Microsoft once again leveraged GPT-4 from partner OpenAI to bring AI-driven content suggestions in LinkedIn. LinkedIn says that it will now provide AI writing suggestions when users are creating profiles, while it will also be available for recruitment posts. The network is using GPT-4 to help users personalize their profiles, while the older GPT-3.5 will help to generate job descriptions.