I see that you really took a lot of techniques from Reading Rhetorically into your process and thoroughly thought about the insight it provided! I also noted that we had similar experiences in our dedication to our topics. It took a while for each of us to get involved in the conversation.
I am currently researching the controversial field of Artificial intelligence progression. I have been learning about the pro’s and con’s of advancing through this field and have found many articles talking abo
The controversy of whether scientists should develop a singularity (when Artificial Intelligence thought process surpasses one of a human) is an argument which has been growing traction as our knowledge of
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I completly agree with you that alchol is a serious issue for college students and something that needs to be dealt with. College is s place to have fun and learn and alchol binging can ruin that experience. I found those statistics very surprising and it helped give me a better understanding of the size of the issue.
I really like this argument because it is something new and out of the box. I found this piece really intresting to read. I like how you clearly stated your claim about how video games should be considered as art anf all the evidence you backed it up with. Keep up the good work!
Artificial Intelligence is the use computers to simulate human intelligence in hopes of creating a singularity – when machines outperform the human thought process to achieve tasks humans are incapable off. The
Good job on your essay! I agree that our government should make it a priority to make our homes feel safe. I also believe that governments first priority should be our safety. However I believe that the best should hold government offices and it should not be based on skin color. Keep up the good work!
Eccentric. It is a word whose definition matches the strange nature of the word. To be eccentric you must be slightly strange and unconventional. And I believe that the word itself is a little eccentric in a way.
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