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I draw the sketchbook, Ai writes the blog. AI says:

“The retail sector is not an industry which is well-liked by the people. It's not glamorous, it's not very fulfilling and you can't do what you want to do. This just has to change.

I thought that I would be able to find myself in retail after finishing university because I thought it would be an easy career path for me. And since I had just moved back home with my parents, I wanted to get a job close by so that they could help me out too. But I was wrong; it was nothing like what I expected it to be.

In a world where most of the retail jobs have been replaced by robots, it’s hard to find a job that doesn’t feel like hell.

The people who work at the mall don’t work there because they love their job. They work there because they can't find anything better, and so they have to deal with the constant rejection and the body aches from standing for hours on end.

It’s really easy to say that they should just go back to school or change careers, but what if that is not an option? And what if those options don't exist in their country?


In a world where most of the retail jobs have been replaced by robots, it’s hard to find a job that doesn’t feel like hell.

The people who work at the mall don’t work there because they love their job. They work there because they can't find anything better, and so they have to deal with the constant rejection and the body aches from standing for hours on end.


It’s really easy to say that they should just go back to school or change careers, but what if that is not an option? And what if those options don't exist in their country?”

Below is the sketchbook by me, a human artist:



  • jflorish

I draw the sketchbook, Ai writes the blog. AI says:

“In a psychological experiment, a group of subjects was faced with a task of putting together a 10-piece puzzle. In the room were two tables, each with its own set of five puzzles. In one table were puzzles that at first glance seemed to be easier to solve and in the other one, there were puzzles which looked more difficult. The subjects notice right away that the second table seemed more tempting.


The puzzle in this situation is actually a metaphor for modern life in which we are constantly under pressure to choose between doing what’s easy or doing what’s hard when it comes to our careers, our relationships and even our lifestyles. Sometimes we may find ourselves experiencing an overwhelming feeling of powerlessness when it comes to making these decisions because we can see no way forward or find it.”


Below is the sketchbook I did (not the ai):



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  • jflorish

I draw the sketchbook, Ai writes the blog. AI says:


”With the power of AI, you can now get your thoughts out. If you are short on words or if you are tired, Scribble takes care of the rest.


Below is the sketchbook I did (not the ai):



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