Write an argument essay from the third person point of view discussing both the benefits and risks of entrusting all human knowledge to artificial intelligence but arguing that one position is superior to the other. The essay should contain at least one q

Write an argument essay from the third person point of view discussing both the benefits and risks of entrusting all human knowledge to artificial intelligence but arguing that one position is superior to the other. The essay should contain at least one quotation from each of the articles by Carr, Wellmon, and Muthyala. You also may include quotations and paraphrases from any of the previous articles we read, including those in the current event packets. As in Topics 1 and 2 above, include three claims and two counterclaims plus rebuttals.

ADDITIONAL COMPONENTS:

Introduction: Your Introduction should contain a hook, the KP, the motive, and your thesis.

Body Paragraphs: Write each in CED format.

Conclusion: Your concluding paragraph should do more than restate your thesis and the claims you made in the body paragraphs.

In-text Citations and Works Cited: Comply with the formats in MLA 4-a and 4-b in the Hacker/Sommers A Writer’s Reference handbook.

 

(1,750 words + a Works Cited page)

Links to Articles are First Nicholas Carr : https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2008/07/is-google-making-us-stupid/306868/

Chad Wellmon: https://bb.courses.maine.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-3998791-dt-content-rid-5946611_2/courses/1810.UMS06-S.68688./WELLMON%201.pdf

John Muthyala: 
http://hybridpedagogy.org/whither-the-dh/

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