Hide Assignment InformationTurnitin®This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin®.InstructionsAssignment 4Research an article regarding how Artificial Intelligence systems are going to change acquisition and fulfillment in the future. As your topic might be very new, please use the web or the library. Note that you need to make sure to support your position on what will change in the future.Read the articles below about the topic.Link: https://fcw.com/articles/2017/07/07/is-govt-ready-for-ai.aspxLink: https://dupress.deloitte.com/dup-us-en/focus/cognitive-technologies/artificial-intelligence-government.htmlLink: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/tech/ai-government-policy/Link: http://www.nextgov.com/technology-news/tech-insider/2017/06/what-future-artificial-intelligence-government-could-look/138352/Link: https://www.capgemini.com/2017/07/artificial-intelligence-for-government-realising-a-smarter-public-sector/You need to make sure to identify the author’s point of view, and the bias of the author. Remember to include a link to the article.Write a two-page paper, plus the title page and a reference page or you can make a Five to Seven Slide PowerPoint Presentation.As always, read all the lesson notes in Week 6 before you start this assignment as new or current events may have been updated since the start of class.Instructions:
•Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.•APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA style and formatting.
•Length of paper: typed, double-spaced pages with no less than a two-page paper.
•Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
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Rubric Name: DEFM Undergraduate Assignment
Print RubricThis table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.CriteriaExemplaryAccomplishedDevelopingBeginningDid Not AttemptCriterion ScoreThesis and Support20 points
The writing has a articulated thesis and subordinate ideas supported by reliable and relevant evidence based on original research.
The writing has a articulated thesis supported by appropriate evidence and sound logic. Minor gaps in logic and argument may appear.
The writing has a thesis and related subordinate ideas supported by clear thinking and appropriate evidence. Logical arguments may be one-sided or incomplete.
The writing needs a clearer thesis and/or appropriate related subordinate ideas. Fuzzy logic may be evident and adequate supporting evidence is lacking.
No thesis present or the student did not attempt.
Score of Thesis and Support,/ 20Organization20 points
The writing flows smoothly and logically from a well-defined thesis. It contains an appropriate introduction, conclusion, and smooth transitions.
The writing is organized logically and flows well. An introduction and conclusion are evident, but transitions may be smoother.
The writing demonstrates rudimentary organization and logical structure, but ideas may be more fully developed and supported by more appropriate evidence.
The writing is noticeably lacking in organization. There is no clear introduction nor conclusion and ideas are neither carefully nor fully developed. Supporting evidence is lacking.
The paper is almost impossible to follow or understand or the student did not attempt.
Score of Organization,/ 20Style20 points
The writing engages the reader through an original prose style appropriate to the subject. Language is precise. Sentences are varied but not noticeably so. Active voice is apparent.
The writing keeps the reader’s attention through a carefully crafted prose style Language chosen is appropriate to the subject, but may call attention to itself in minor ways.
The writing is clear but could be expressed in a style more appropriate to the subject. It is jargon-free but may require a more complete explanation of some terms used.
The writing lacks clarity and is sometimes confusing. The language chosen is not appropriate to the subject nor the assignment.
The paper is completely unclear or completely off topic or the student did not attempt.
Score of Style,/ 20Writing Mechanics20 points
The writing is free of grammatical, proofreading, and stylistic errors. All quoted material is properly documented and cited.
The writing may exhibit a few minor errors in grammar or style, but do impair the flow of the reading. Most quoted material is properly documented and cited.
The writing could benefit from additional proofreading, as some errors impede the flow of the reading. Sources are documented and cited but need to show greater consistency.
The writing exhibits substantial errors in grammar and style so that the basic ideas are lost. Sources are overly quoted and not adequately documented nor cited.
The majority of the paper is substantially quoted or closely paraphrased or the student did not attempt.
Score of Writing Mechanics,/ 20APA Format20 points
References and in-text citations are included, appropriate and the paper is formatted correctly.
References and in-text citations are included, but one is formatted incorrectly. Other APA formatting is correct.
References and in-text citations are included, but both are formatted incorrectly, but the paper format is in proper APA.
References, citations, and APA format are all incorrect.
There are no references or citation or the student did not attempt.
Score of APA Format,/ 20Rubric Total ScoreTotal