Human passion, undocking UX monoliths, type variables in Figma

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“In an era where AI can paint like Picasso and write like Hemingway, the line between human genius and silicon savvy blurs. We were once advised to chase our dreams and turn our passions into paychecks. But what happens when the canvas of our dreams becomes a playground for algorithms that can churn out masterpieces in milliseconds?

How to find passion and purpose in a world where AI is better at everything?”

Is AI killing human passion? By Slava Polonski, PhD

The visual search engine for your own brain, enhanced with AI [Sponsored] mymind.com is one private plate for your inspiration, notes, bookmarks, articles & images. Just save it with a click and search to find it later — everything is organized for you with AI. You can even do visual searches to create instant moodboards.

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