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ENGR 195A San Jose State University Artificial Intelligence Technology Report

ENGR 195A

San Jose State University

ENGR

Question Description

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700-800 words

Consider technological innovations and developments in your field or other fields and address both of the following questions. First, examine the social consequences of one such innovation and describe how this innovation has either increased or decreased social justice and inequality in the U.S. Then, discuss whether and/or how this will influence constructive and deconstructive interactions between people from different cultural, racial, and ethnic groups within the U.S.  Please integrate course material (concepts, theories, discussions, lectures, readings). Please cite at least one course reading and one appropriate source from outside class.  All course materials are posted on the course homepage. 

Instruction: Please review the rubrics before you start writing the paper.  Your paper should have a clear structure, including a thesis, body paragraphs with clear topic sentences and focused discussions, and a conclusion.  You can use any major citation format (APA, IEEE, Chicago, MLA), but should include an intext citation and a reference list for each citation.

Format: double space, 12 font size

Reflection Paper #2 Rubric (1) (1)

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting competence/Essay organization/Mechanics

10.0 pts

Thesis is clearly stated in the introduction. Main points are fully supported with valid evidence. Logical closing paragraph includes a recap of the main points and any implications to consider. Writing (via sentence construction, grammar, and punctuation) is properly streamlined.

8.0 pts

Thesis is stated but not clearly focused. Main points are mostly supported with valid evidence. Closing paragraph includes some recap of the main points and implications to consider. Writing (via sentence construction, grammar, and punctuation) has some errors.

6.0 pts

Thesis is briefly hinted/mentioned in the introduction. Main points are lacking in support. Evidence is lacking or needs more credibility for support. Concluding paragraph is present but does not offer a recap of main points or implications for consideration. Writing (via sentence construction, grammar, and punctuation) needs improvement.

4.0 pts

Thesis is not stated or identified in the introduction or body of the essay. There is no logical conclusion. Main points are present but without a clear thesis the orgaznization and support is uncertain. Writing (via sentence construction, grammar, and punctuation) needs major improvement and proofreading.

0.0 pts

The essay has too many structural and grammatical problems and needs to be rewritten.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent Criteria: student is able to analyze how one technological innovation has led to greater (in)equality and social (in)justice, and how this innovation influences constructive or deconstructive interactions between people from different cultural, racial, and ethnic groups in the U.S.

30.0 pts

Discusses how one technological innovation/development has either increased or decreased environmental or social justice and inequality, and how it influences constructive and deconstructive interactions between people from different cultural, racial, and ethnic groups in the U.S. The paper addresses both questions thoroughly. Discussion includes clear ideas and consistent supporting details and/or examples.

25.0 pts

The paper addresses both questions with some specific details. Discussion is clearly related to the main topic, but one part of the paper is too general or unclear.

20.0 pts

The paper addresses both questions. The main ideas are clearly related to the topic, but some parts of the paper do not have adequate supporting details and/or examples. Or the paper addresses one question thoroughly but fails to address the other question.

15.0 pts

Essay relates to the topic but is too general. The student does not give any specific examples that relate to the topic. Or, there are few details or specifics given in the response.

8.0 pts

Information is related to the main topic, but no details or examples are provided.

0.0 pts

The essay does not address the topic directly.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEssay length and format

5.0 pts

Essay meets minimum and maximum length requirements, uses Times New Rome 12 point font, and is double spaced.

4.0 pts

Essay is within 10% of meeting minimum and maximum length requirements. Essay assignment format is partially satisfied.

2.0 pts

Essay does not follow the assignment format guidelines. Essay did not meet minimum and/or maximum length requirements.

0.0 pts

Essay has fewer than 450 words and needs to be rewritten.

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCites two relevant sources. Student includes two citations from course readings or one citation from the course readings and a citation from other credible sources.

5.0 pts

The essay includes two citations from course readings or one citation from the course readings and a citation from other credible sources. The essay uses proper citation format in the text and in the reference list.

4.0 pts

The essay includes at least two citations from the course (or one from the course and one from other credible sources); includes in-text citations and a reference list, but has errors in either the in-text citations or the reference list.

2.0 pts

The essay includes two citations but does not cite the source properly. Or the essay includes only one citation.

0.0 pts

The essay does not include any citation.

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSLO 3: Social actionsview longer description

threshold: 3.0 pts

5.0 ptsExceeds Expectations

3.0 ptsMeets Expectations

0.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations

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This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSLO 4: Interactionsview longer description

threshold: 3.0 pts

5.0 ptsExceeds Expectations

3.0 ptsMeets Expectations

0.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations

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Total Points: 50.0

Material: 2 lecture slides

Class information: My major is software engineering. The course is a senior project course mixed with English and Engineering knowledge. 

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Surname 1
Student’s Name
Instructor’s Name
Course
Date of Submission
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ITS
SIGNIFICANCE TO THE AMERICAN SOCIETY
Introduction
The contemporary world is marred with various technological innovations to enhance
performance and improve the quality of service. Conventionally tasks were performed by human
beings. However, as a social being, they were prone to errors, biases, and emotions that affected
their performance. As a result, software developers designed artificial intelligence (AI) machines
that operate and react similarly to human beings. According to Sandler, p.6, the objective of any
social artifact is portrayed in its decision making utility. The machine was designed to address
the social concerns and complaints that arose from handling clients in the work setting (Purtill,
pp.1-3). The utilization of the device was diverse; however, artificial intelligence had its merits
as well as repercussions in human society. Thus, this essay examines the social consequences of
artificial intelligence (AI), its effect on equality, social justice, constructive and deconstructive
interactions.
How artificial intelligence technology operates
The AI software works by combining a high volume of data with a fast iterative
intelligence algorithm allowing software to learn automatically from patterns or tenets in the text.
It utilizes cognitive computing that aims to make computers give human-like interactions to the

Surname 2
users (Purtill, pp.1-3). Through this technique, electronic gadgets such as computers can process
logic to offer human-like experiences.
Social con...

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