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Paint could soon generate AI images from your sketches

According to leaker PhantomOcean3, Microsoft could soon introduce a feature called LiveCanvas in Paint. This is also present in Leonardo.Ai, a tool that allows AI to generate images from drawings made by the user. Not possible at this time when the feature will be available.

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It’s been a while since Microsoft has been open about wanting to implement AI in every nook and cranny of Windows 11 and Paint is no exception. At the end of last year, the legendary software, which we thought had been dead for years, was notably equipped with two AI-boosted features: the removal of the background and the generation of images to from text. Obviously, the Redmond firm does not intend to stop there.

Generating images from text is good, but doing it from a sketch is even better. Indeed, it is not always easy to clearly explain what you want to see appear on the screen, when it is much simpler to draw it roughly. This, it seems, is what Paint will soon offer its users. According to renowned leaker PhantomOcean3, the application will soon have the LiveCanvas tool.

Paint would soon be able to bring your drawings to life

LiveCanvas is a feature already present in Leonardo.Ai, a tool launched in 2023 capable of generating images from a sketch using AI. It is therefore a safe bet that Paint is preparing to offer similar functionality. Leonardo.Ai allows you to roughly draw what you want to see appear on the window and then generates the result in one second.

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However, we should point out that PhantomOcean3 does not yet seem certain of the arrival of this functionality. At the moment, we do not have any images that can confirm these rumors and Microsoft is still very silent on this subject. That being said, given the firm’s increasingly strong attraction to AI, it would not be surprising to see such a feature arrive soon among Insiders.




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