Atex says Matik is an image tool available to editors using Desk - the multichannel content production system used by news publishers such as National World, GEDI, Mediahuis, Newsday and more. Matik allows you to combine one or more pictures into one and create beautiful mosaics.
Image composition is a powerful way to tell a story and allows editors to enrich their home page slots with creative ideas and messages, added the company. With the new feature, editors can now write an image description in natural language and let the software handle the rest. Matik will interrogate DALL·E 2, a powerful generative AI model developed by OpenAI, and retrieve the corresponding images based on the description given. These images can then be incorporated into Atex’s editorial systems, streamlining the image selection process.
This new feature is a game-changer for media organizations and content creators who need to produce visual content quickly. With Matik’s generative AI capabilities, users can find the right image to accompany their content without spending hours searching through stock photo websites or hiring a professional photographer.
“Atex Global Media is committed to staying at the forefront of technology in the media industry and providing its users with the best tools to create engaging and impactful content”, commented Cesare Navarotto, chief product officer at Atex. “The integration of generative AI into Matik is just the latest example of this commitment, and we are excited to see the impact it will have on our users’ workflows.”
Matik leverages the Atex AI Platform, an API interface that connects publishers’ production workflows with AI solutions on the market.You can find out more about Atex in our Publishing Services Directory.
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