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« on: November 17, 2023, 13:17 »
Open Microsoft Edge + Bing Chat and try this prompt:
Code: [Select]
Imagine a [replace this part] instead of the beige rectangle. Considering this imagination, please provide 3 variations for the title (containing 20+ words) and one comma-separated list of 50 keywords (sorted by relevance) for this image.

Bing automatically covers faces with a beige rectangle for privacy reasons. Therefore, an imagination instruction is required in that section. You should [replace this part] to help Bing understand what's behind the beige rectangle.

If your image doesn't include people at all, you can ignore this section and begin the prompt with "Please provide..."

1.    Keep face descriptions minimal, such as "smiling man" or "happy brunette," as Bing may deny cooperation with detailed descriptions.

2.    Avoid using links for image uploads, as Bing will deny cooperation. Instead, upload images directly from your computer."

3.   Start a new topic for each image

« Last Edit: November 17, 2023, 14:12 by MadMax »

« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2023, 14:59 »
Amazing. What do they do with uploaded photos?

anyway. I'm getting "Im sorry, but I cannot provide a response to your request as I do not have access to the image you are referring to. Please provide more information or context about the image you are referring to."

« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2023, 18:38 »
I experienced the same issue with another image. I think all the myriad Microsoft rules and restrictions make Bing Chat a bit challenging to work with. I tried at least 15 images, including one that didn't work.

« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2023, 19:28 »

It seems some lights popped up at microsoft office. Bing chat denies cooperation now for me also. 

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« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2023, 12:13 »
49? "Considering this image, please provide 3 variations for the title (containing 20+ words) and one comma-separated list of 50 keywords" I missed the sorted by relevance when I copied the command. I changed imagination to image. I don't know why you used imagination?

It worked for me, but the reply was kind of strange. Also AI decided ten keywords was enough.  8) Descriptions, maybe they have something that I wouldn't have thought of?

Here are three possible titles for the image you provided:

A Dynamic Race Day: Toyota Race Car in the Pit Stop, Crew Member Ready for Action, Competitors Speeding on the Track

Speed and Precision: A Glimpse into a Thrilling Moment at the Race Track with Cars Zooming and Pit Crew at Work

The Heat of Competition: A Vibrant Scene Capturing the Essence of Car Racing, Speeding Vehicles, and Active Pit Stops

And here is a comma-separated list of 50 keywords that describe the image:

race car, Toyota, pit stop, crew member, competitors, track, racing circuit, speedway, audience stands, numbers 13 42 38 24 16 displayed overhead.

The Image was pit lane at a NASCAR race, with number boards hanging over the pits.

« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2023, 08:30 »
. I don't know why you used imagination?

Microsoft is placing some beige rectangle/blur to cover the persons face, before passing the image to the AI. With that you would have "beige rectangle" in title and keywords, because the AI is seing that.

Google Bard is completely denying portrait images.


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