If you use text or an image generated by an artificial intelligence (AI) tool, you need to include an in-text citation and a corresponding entry in the Works Cited list. The format for the Works Cited list entry is:
There are six elements of the citation:
Here's an example:
Do a quick search for the name of the tool plus "Wikipedia" (e.g.: DALL-E Wikipedia). The first line of the Wikipedia entry will likely include the company name. For example, here's the first line of the DALL-E article on Wikipedia:
DALL-E (stylized as DALL·E), DALL-E 2, and DALL-E 3 are text-to-image models developed by OpenAI using deep learning methodologies to generate digital images from natural language descriptions, called "prompts".
OpenAI is the name of the company that created that tool.