awogg said: Hello, Would anyone be able to provide more information to research this by chance? If the a.i. generated images are legit "stolen," then I would like to place a vote here. But in my searching, the best I've been able to find is that some a.i. generated applications allow users to sell the images and others don't. Is there some kind of way to make it so if it is a.i. generated they need to show where it's from and prove they have the right to sell the images? If the main issue is that the a.i. is building art faster than a human can, then I wouldn't spend a vote on this. Thank you. The AI generators are trained on LAION which is a mass scraping of images done by a german non-profit. LAION holds these images and has a very loose "all copyright is owned by the owners" handwave in their FAQ. The problem is that pretty much nobody consented to having their copyrighted material added to this index, and certainly didn't consent to having it used to mass-train the image generators. <a href="https://laion.ai/faq/" rel="nofollow">https://laion.ai/faq/</a> The problem isn't that AI is making art faster, the problem is that it's using stolen material and making patchwork collages out of them. The AI is not actually drawing anything, it's using samples from LAION to piece together the best interpretation of a prompt it can with the material it works with, which is entirely comprised of copyrighted work. Hope this helps!