Autonomous Vehicles


Project 3 consists of a 1000-1200 word academic essay that supports an arguable claim through background/context on the topic, evidence, counterarguments, and conclusion that offers the reader something for further thought. The essay is complemented by a presentation that retains the same purpose and claim as the essay, but presents the evidence-based argument in a digital medium. Project 3 is a Global Citizens Assignment that conforms to Learning Outcomes objectives D, E, and F.

Final Draft

The final draft of the essay should be 1,000-1,200-words and include a thesis, all major points, evidence to support these points (including in-text citations), counterclaims, and a Works Cited page. The final draft will reflect significant revisions based upon instructor and peer feedback.

Project Description/Assignment

Students should use research as support for their thesis and a way of acknowledging and incorporating counterclaims. Students should incorporate a minimum of six sources, at least four of which need to be peer-reviewed.

Part I: The Essay

You will generate an arguable claim and write a 1,000-1,200 word academic essay to support that claim, based on the following requirements:

  1. present your arguable claim in your thesis
  2. provide background on the topic
  3. use evidence to support your claim
  4. explain counterarguments and refute them to support your claim
  5. offer a conclusion that underscores why your argument matters within a larger context

This essay prepares you to compose the type of research-based academic writing that you will be asked to do throughout your academic career.


use this 6 sources to support the claim

Hopcroft, J. E., & Krafft, D. B. (2016). The challenge of robotics for computer science. Advances in Robotics, 1, 7-42.

Janai, J., Güney, F., Behl, A., & Geiger, A. (2017). Computer vision for autonomous vehicles: Problems, datasets and state-of-the-art. arXiv preprint arXiv:1704.05519.

Colburn, T. (2015). Philosophy and computer science. Routledge.

Fagin, B., & Merkle, L. (2003, February). Measuring the effectiveness of robots in computer science. In ACM SIGCSE Bulletin (Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 307-311). ACM.

Kay, J. S. (2003). Teaching robotics from a computer science perspective. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 19(2), 329-336.

Torr, P. H., & Zisserman, A. (2000). MLESAC: A new robust estimator with application to estimating image. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 78(1), 138-156.

the topic is about the computer science and robotics and the paper should support the idea that the change in computer science and robotics over time a blessing to human

APA format

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