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Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms

I.’s such as algorithms are currently shaping our culture and identity, and the moral implications of allowing companies to wield the power of Big Data.  You should consider some of the philosophical and ethical questions brought up in Harari (Humanism vs. Dataism), and the calls to action from O’Neil and The Social Dilemma (both of which calls for accountability from the A.I. modelers and more regulations from policy makers).Is it realistic to trust algorithms when we already suffer from so much misinformation and disinformation online? How might Harari’s analysis of technology’s impact on free will help explain the negative effects of technology that we say illustrated in The Social Dilemma (depression, addiction, etc.)? Know Thyself : Harari says at the end of his essay that the only way “to stay beyond the reach of the algorithms” is to adhere to the oldest advice in the book: “know thyself”, but for younger generations growing up on the internet, is it possible to know yourself completely without acknowledging the part of you that you project online? Is that version of yourself a good representation of your physical self? You are free to limit your scope to a specific demographic (ie. instead of talking about the ethical/moral implications of “Big Data” and algorithms for all mankind, you could focus on just U.S. citizens, Gen Z, women, POC, etc.) -or- you could talk about the potential ethical implications for a specific field like medicine or education (For example: if all our biodata was freely aggregated medical science could make huge progress. However, that free flow of data might also lead to manipulation and abuse of power by those who control the data that may be unavoidable). We saw some of this play out in the Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma, which focuses on how big social media companies manipulate users by using algorithms that encourage addiction to their platforms. One of the main ways they do this is through the dramatizations in which a fictional character named Ben is given “a team of people” (aka The Algorithms) operating behind the scenes to maximize his interaction with a social media platform. But while the documentary educates viewers about the problems social networks present to both our privacy and agency, it falls short of providing a tangible solution and instead leaves us with more questions: -Who will control these algorithms and look after their independence and trustworthiness as authority shifts? -Is our data safer in the hands of Google, Apple and Facebook or wielded by the unaccountable political forces?Please quote this article

Mike Rose- Blue-Collar Brilliance

If you can get access to the book online somewhere can you please add quotations. I need a high A or B on this to start my semester off strong please.

Micro Paper

2) Define the perspective/theory that you are referencing in this discussion, and relate the informant to aspects of that perspective.3) Use clear examples as you relate the informant’s history or observation to the theory(ies). 4) Make sure you cited the sources of information you used.

Healthcare Technology

Writing Assignment Help What are at least two key moral problems this technology creates? What are the proper moral guidelines for dealing with it in your view? Compare your approach to what a utilitarian and ethical egoist would say (each independently). Consider whether differing ethical beliefs globally might or not agree with what you say.You will submit the following:An audiovisual presentation that presents one of the options above. Be sure to give equal time to each element. Doing a PowerPoint presentation with audio recorded on the slides is preferred. Please refer to the Narrated PowerPoint Tutorial located in the Required Resources in this assignment.Please provide a transcript of anything said in the recording aloud that does not appear as text on a slide. This transcript can be provided as a Word document or placed in the Notes section on the PowerPoint slides.The link or a scan of the article mentioning any health technology, social technology, or case you are reporting on. If you made up the case, please indicate that in your report. If you choose to do option #3 (the case about a shortage of transplant kidneys), your article would likely be an article about the shortage of transplant organs, or a shortage of people signing up to be transplant donors, or the status of educating people about being donors, etc.Presentation RequirementsLength: 4-6 minutes narrated presentation Slide length: 4-6 slides (not including title slide, conclusion slide, or references slide)Title slideConclusion slideReferences slide (minimum of 2 scholarly sources cited in APA format; not narrated)

Evidence Based Practice

The paper will include the following:a.    Clinical Question (30 points/15%)1.    Describe the problem: What is the focus of your group’s work? (Improving Diagnostic Error to Improve Patient Safety)2.    Significance of problem: What health outcomes result from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem? You may find support on websites for government or professional organizations.

Journal Entry 4

While you read, underline or highlight those stories or sentences that resonate.Discusses their personal reactions to the book (1.5 points)Whose story stimulates an emotional reaction and why? What peaks your curiosity? What associations are you experiencing? Connects their understanding of psychological concepts found in YFH with examples and insight from their own experiences and the textbook (1.5 point)

Audience Analysis activity

Find a literature review on that topic from a journal.Individually, scan the article and take notes about any features that stand out (you will individually post these in the Notes assignment this week).Do some research about the journal to help determine the journal’s specific audience.  I suggest looking at the journal’s website (if there is one) for things like scope or a description of the journal and reading submission guidelines and/or Calls for Papers for the journal.  I would also suggest looking through the Tables of Contents for an issue or two to see if there are particular themes/topics/etc. that the journal seems to address.  You may divide this task up by group member or do it together.  If you divide it up, you need to have written information to share with your group members.As part of the research in number 3, determine what citation style the journal uses.  Then do research to see what disciplines or fields use that style. If the style is journal specific (so used only in this particular journal, you do not need to research disciplines).As a group, discuss who you think the specific audience for this literature review is.  You must consider elements beyond content to make this determination.  Please consider demographic elements of audience as well as field or expertise elements. You need to come to a group decision.  You can have this discussion asynchronously in email, or in a Google doc, or in a Teams chat.Produce and turn in a document to me that provides me with the following:A description of common features of the two literature reviews and any differences the group found importantA citation for the group’s literature review in the style used by the journalA description of the specific audience for the group’s literature reviewEvidence for this being the specific audience.  This evidence must include things beyond the topic and content of the review.A short assessment of the level of expertise in this topic for the specific audience (for instance, this is designed for experienced neurosurgeons who have not used robotics-enhanced surgical techniques, so they have extensive expertise in neurosurgery, but minimal expertise in robotics-aided techniques). This is for the group literature review not the sample.A short description of the methods your group used in working together (for instance, if you divided the research task, who did what?  Did you all compose in a single Google doc, or did you each write a piece of the final document and a “project manager” joined those pieces into a single coherent document?  How did you come to your group decision–majority vote?  Consensus? Compromise?)

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