Whether or Not Artificial Intelligence is Dangerous

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In a one- to two-page (250- to 500-word) paper, consider a controversial topic that people are usually on one side or the other of (e.g. whether or not marijuana should be legalized) and address the following:

  • Use the four main elements of an argument to try and change your reader's opinion.
  • Use techniques that draw the reader in and make them want to read your paper, even if they may not agree with you.
  • List the critical thinking skills you employed to devise the argument in your paper.

Part 2


A one-page (250-word) report

Step 1Conduct research.

Using course materials and the Internet, find an image you wish to evaluate. Use the following to guide your research:

  • The image you select should be related to local, national, or international news events (for example, a newspaper image or a news magazine image).

Step 2Write a report.

In a one-page (250-word) report, address the following:

  • Provide the source of the image (for example, News magazine, April 2003, Vol. 6, No. 2.).
  • Is the message of the image accurate and fair, or is it distorted and biased?
  • Can you support, refute, or extend the message?
  • Does the image achieve its apparent purpose?
  • How does the image affect you?
  • Be sure to include the image in the report, and to cite its source.


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NicholasI
School: Boston College

Hi, kindly find attached

Running Head: CRITICAL THINKING

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CRITICAL THINKING

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Part 1
Whether or Not Artificial Intelligence is Dangerous
First, despite the many benefits of artificial intelligence, various notable scientists like
Stephen Hawking have suggested that it could potentially be dangerous. The four basic elements
of an argument considered in this paper are claims, counterclaims, reasons, and evidence.
Claims
The rapid developments in artificial intelligence have made it beneficial to human society
because it outperforms humans in most cognitive tasks. Although some people consider the
negative impacts of artificial intelligence, none yet to be recorded, the technology motivates
research in important areas such as economics, security, control, validity, and verification
(Pearce, 2011). Surely, how could a system with so many benefits and made by humans become
dangerous in the long run? A system that has played a significant role in the technological
advancements witnessed in the 21st century.
Counterclaims
However, though not yet proven, artificial int...

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