In a move that promises to unlock the realm of imagination, Snapchat is has launched a groundbreaking feature, “Dreams.” The feature is a generative AI tool that enables users to transform their selfies into surreal and enchanting scenarios. Whether you’ve dreamt of becoming a majestic mermaid exploring ocean depths or a regal figure in a Renaissance court, Dreams has you covered.
Snapchat’s Dreams feature is a significant leap forward, aligning with the tech giant’s dedication to pioneering AI-powered innovations. This follows the introduction of My AI, the AI-powered chatbot that has evolved to respond with Snaps, transcending text interactions.
Snapchat’s latest “Dreams” feature creates personalized Generative AI models
To use Dreams, navigate to Memories, where a dedicated tab for this innovative feature awaits. With just a handful of your own selfies, a personalized Generative AI model will be crafted.
How to use Dreams on Snapchat
Follow the steps outline below to generate your first Dream:
- Swipe upwards on the Camera screen to unveil Memories.
- Scroll over to locate the Dreams tab.
- Initiate the AI Selfies onboarding flow by selecting ‘Create Dreams.’
- Accept the terms by tapping ‘Agree & Continue.’
- Engage with the AI Selfies onboarding process, which involves capturing and uploading your selfies. Indicate your completion by tapping ‘Done.’
- Opt for a Free Pack by tapping ‘Select a Free Pack.’
- Handpick a pack that resonates with you and tap ‘8 Dreams for free.’ Note that the generation of your initial Dreams pack may take roughly 20-30 minutes.
Snapchat ensures that every user is granted the initial pack of Dreams, a captivating ensemble comprising eight alluring images, entirely free of charge. Beyond this starter set, additional packs can be procured for a fee of $1. In the near future, Dreams will evolve to accommodate not just your own persona but also those of your friends who opt-in to the AI-powered feature.
Dreams is initially accessible to users in Australia and New Zealand. However, the rollout is expected to expand significantly over the coming weeks, ultimately reaching Snapchat enthusiasts worldwide.