There are several software programs that can illustrate pictures based on what is said to them, but they generally fall under the category of “AI-generated images” or “AI-generated art”. Some examples of software that can create images based on text input include:

DALL-E: Created by OpenAI, DALL-E is an AI model that generates images from textual descriptions. It can create unique images of objects, scenes, and even abstract concepts based on written prompts.

Artbreeder: Artbreeder is a web-based tool that uses AI to generate images based on user input. It allows users to combine different visual elements and styles to create unique images, such as portraits, landscapes, and abstract art.

Deep Dream Generator: Deep Dream Generator is a web-based tool that uses a type of AI called neural networks to create abstract art from images and text input. Users can choose from a variety of pre-existing images and styles, or upload their own images to generate unique artwork.

RunwayML: RunwayML is a platform that allows users to create and experiment with AI models, including models that generate images from text. It provides a range of pre-trained models and tools for training and customizing models.

These are just a few examples of software that can illustrate pictures based on text input. As AI technology continues to develop, we can expect to see more innovative tools and applications in this area.