Text-to-image generation is the process of automatically creating an image from a given text description. The text can include information about the objects, scenes, and actions that should be depicted in the generated image. There are several approaches to text-to-image generation, including using generative models such as GANs (Generative Adversarial Networks) and VAEs (Variational Autoencoders). These models are trained on large datasets of images and captions, and they learn to generate new images that match the text description. Most of the time, the images that are made aren't very good, but they can be useful for tasks like data augmentation, image synthesis, and more.