Summary: The article discusses the ethical and legal concerns surrounding AI-generated art. It explores various AI art generators, such as Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, Bing’s AI image creator, DALLE-2, Craiyon, and Dream, detailing their accessibility, costs, and features. The author emphasizes that these AI tools don’t actually draw; instead, they search for images based on keywords in user prompts. Ethical issues arise from the use of uncredited, unpaid artists’ work, leading to concerns about job security for human artists and legal battles over copyright infringement. Despite debates, some argue for ethical uses of AI art for inspiration and ideation.