I attached the article and an example as well.
This assignment requires that you select one of the mandatory reading resources assigned for either Week 1 or Week 2 and deconstruct it into its primary elements, namely:
The Research Question;
The Claims or argument;
The Evidence or supporting facts; and,
1. After you choose the scholarly resource (from among the Week 1 or Week 2 required readings), download it into a Microsoft Word document. Locate the elements by annotating with the “highlight” tool and/or using the Comments tool (available on the “Review” tab on the top of the page) to provide remarks in the margins.
2. Briefly critique the article by identifying both its strong elements and those that were less compelling.
3. Finally, assess this resource’s utility to you after you have broken it down through this deconstruction process and understand the argument and facts that the author used to support his/her claims. You may write at the bottom of the article itself or provide your answers in a separate Word document. Your critique should be no longer than a single double-spaced written page.
Please provide a complete citation for your chosen resource in either Bluebook or APA format (do not mix the two styles).THIS EXERCISE WILL PREPARE YOU TO WRITE YOUR OWN PAPERS AND ARTICLES!THERE WILL BE AN EXAMPLE IN THE CONTENT SECTION.When you have completed your exercise, please title it NameW3.doc and upload it in the Assignments module.
Make sure to look at this example: Corporate Warriors. (attached)Electronic copy available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3097985
Happy Birthday Siri!
Dialing in Legal Ethics for Artificial Intelligence, Smart Phones, and Real Time Lawyers
By Jan L. Jacobowitz and Justin Ortiz*
“We’re working on having lawyers teach the computer to think like a lawyer. That would be a
huge step for humanity . . . . With legal tech, there will be new jobs, and we can embrace a very
happy future in the law. This is a new frontier.” – Andrew Arruda1
“There is no threshold that makes us greater than the sum of our parts, no inflection point at
which we become fully alive. We can’t define consciousness because consciousness does not
exist. Humans fancy that there’s something special about the way we perceive the world, and yet
we live in loops as tight and as closed as the [AI] hosts do, seldom questioning our choices,
content, for the most part, to be told what to do next.” – Dr. Robert Ford, Westworld2
“I am very honored and proud of this unique distinction. This is historical to be the first robot in
the world to be recognized with a citizenship.” – Sophia, the first robot to be granted citizenship
in Saudi Arabia3
If we ask six-year old Siri4 to create a guest list for a party to celebrate the tenth
anniversary of the iPhone,5 Siri might include invites (or e-vites) for Alexa, Bixby, Cortana, and
* Jan L. Jacobowitz is a Lecturer in Law and Director of the Professional Responsibility &
Ethics Program (PREP) at the University of Miami School of Law. Justin Ortiz is a Miami Law
and PREP alumnus who is currently practicing law in Kansas City, Missouri. The authors are
tremendously grateful to PREP Fellow and research assistant extraordinaire, Nicole Chipi for
her valuable input and assistance with the writing of this article.
1 Julie Sobowale, How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Legal Profession, ABA J.
2 All Quotes by Dr. Robert Ford, QUOTE CATALOG (Dec. 5, 2016),
3 Anthony Cuthbertson, Tokyo: Artificial Intelligence ‘Boy’ Shibuya Mirai Becomes World’s
First AI Bot To Be Granted Residency, NEWSWEEK (Nov. 8, 2017, 4:52 AM),
4 Siri is a Norwegian name which translates to “beautiful woman who leads us to victory.” How
Apple’s Siri Got Her Name, WEEK (March 29, 2012). Siri, Inc. was founded in 2007 and the Siri
app launched in 2010. Id. Apple, Inc. purchased Siri, Inc. shortly thereafter, Apple introduced
Siri with the iPhone 4s on October 4, 2011. See also Luke Dormehl, Today in Apple History:
Siri Debuts on iPhone 4s, CULT OF MAC (Oct. 4, 2017, 5:00 AM),
So, even if there is no “research question, per se, one could extrapolate that the question is: How have privatized military forces (PMF) influenced the state’s role in security and affected the industry’s risks and dynamics of warfare?
Here is his thesis: that PMFs represent a new and dangerous way of war.
And the conclusion, notably short, but well-supported by 35 pages of evidence is that PMFs bring a whole host of new opportunities and challenges, and also a new avenue for research.
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