Plagiarism is a huge ordeal; whether it be a college research paper or an author writing a story that seems vaguely like another well-known story. What is plagiarism? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary plagiarism is: to steal and pass off the ideas or words of another as one's own, to use another's production without crediting the source, to commit literary theft, or to present as new and original an idea or product derived from an existing source. If someone plagiarizes in college, that person can end up failing the class and possibly be kicked out of school. If an author “plagiarizes” another author’s piece of work, what happens then?
The articles “Machine Bias” by Julia Angwin, et al. and “Should Prison Sentences Be Based on Crimes That Haven’t Been Committed Yet?” by Anna Maria Barry-Jester, et al. and the short story “The Minority Report” by Philip K. Dick share a common theme. Except that “The Minority Report” is a work of fiction, whereas “Machine Bias” and “Should Prison Sentences Be Based on Crimes That Haven’t Been Committed Yet?” are based on real life events. In other words the characters effected by Precrime are imaginary however the people who are mentioned in the articles are real, with real world consequences given to them by a potentially bias computer algorithm.
5. I/we give permission for my/our assessment response to be reproduced, communicated, compared and archived for plagiarism detection, benchmarking or educational purposes. I/we understand that: 6. Plagiarism is the presentation of the work, idea or creation of another person as though it is your own. It is a form of cheating and is a very serious academic offence that may lead to exclusion from the University.
The reader will come to understand that not drinking and driving is the best thing to do to avoid unnecessary complications. These persuasion techniques are also effective as they are able to appeal to emotion with logical reasoning at the same time. This is very effective as readers will be more attracted to emotions than statistics or facts are given to them as it does not connect to most of the readers personally. Therefore, the persuasion techniques used are very
A Critical Analysis of the Article “Stealing is always wrong” In the article “Stealing is always wrong,” the author deals with the issue of whether stealing in the form of downloading music from the internet is wrong, morally and through social sanctions, other than legally. He argues that stealing is always wrong and the wrongdoer should be entitled for social sanction. The author’s point of view in this article is biased as he stressed on the wrongfulness of stealing. First half of the article was used to support his argument that stealing is always wrong. Moving on to the fifth paragraph, he then included a different ethical perspective from authors that support unpaid downloading.
We hardly see people say or think is this the right thing to do, we tend to see people do things out of there own free will not thinking if it’s the right thing of wrong thing to do. In certain situations, the differences between right and wrong is clear in all problems we face. Some may be hard to figure out but in reality there is always going to be one solution better than the other. We sometimes think about our options in the short term instead of the long run, so some options might seem better in the end but in reality we might have made a
Are people really evil? Or is it their actions to blame? I believe that both a person and their actions can be evil. For we are humans that can be corrupted and become jealous over things, thus tainting our actions. But i also strongly believe that our actions can easily tinge our self, causing us to change into something evil, even if it 's just for a period of time.
I believe that people can be as cruel and deceptive as Jimmy and Carla in the story “Unbalanced” by William Sleator. People can be cruel. An example of this is when I have seen advertisements for elections. The different candidates say mean and sometimes untruthful things about their competition. I think this is just as deceptive as Jimmy and Carla because the candidates are ruining the other candidates’ chances of winning, just so they can win.
Similarly word summarization is also just like a text summarization in which we will give the text as a paragraph and from that text we can find the word summary using Word Sense Disambiguation technique. 1.3 Word sense disambiguation Word Sense Disambiguation is a challenging technique in Natural Language Processing. There are some words in the natural languages which can cause ambiguity about the sense of the word. Those words are called polysemous words. Word sense disambiguation (WSD) is the solution to the problem.