I've come to end end of my tether in reards to AI art. It's take me twice as long to filter through all the AI art to find a good image. It first glance the AI art looks good, but as soon as you zoom in you soon realise there's so many inperfections.
If there's no filter produced soon we'll have to look elsewhere for your stock photography.
I certainly hope that Adobe Stock is taking notice of complaints such as yours; it does indeed appear that the database is becoming clogged with unusable Generative AI "stuff" (and I use that word in quotes because the word I actually want to use wouldn't meet the Adobe guidelines for polite discourse here in the forums).
Use “-ai” as a filter, and you don't get the ones that conform with the requirements for AI art contributors. If you still find AI art after that: those contributors did not do as required, feel free to report their assets here.
If you buy an AI art, and you find out that it does not fit your quality requirements, feel free to report it here and ask for a replacement credit.