Dall-e 2.0 is an artificial intelligence program that creates images from textual descriptions, revealed by OpenAI on January 5, 2021. It uses a 12-billion parameter training version of the GPT-3 transformer model to interpret the natural language inputs and generate corresponding images. Dall-e is named after the artist Salvador Dalí and the Pixar character Wall-E. The program can generate images from textual descriptions of various concepts, including animals, humans, buildings, and scenery. For example, when provided with the text "Photo of a bat cat hybrid." The A.I will make the image. Dall-e 2.0 is an improvement over the original Dall-e program, which was revealed in December 2020. The original Dall-e program was limited to generating images of simple shapes and objects. Dall-e 2.0 is able to generate more complex images, thanks to the increased training data and the use of the GPT-3 transformer model.