Summary Of Of The Effects Of Autonomous Vehicles Uva Sts 4600 Research Paper

435 words - 2 pages

1 Page Summary of Revision
My previous Social Technical Synthesis was not really a social technical synthesis before so major revision was done to change it.
My teammates had mentioned that there was no abstract. An Abstract with a Keyword section was added to summarize the Thesis.
NEW TABLE OF CONTENT- Due to major revision, the Table of Content was changed to suit the new, updated Thesis. This is based on the aid from Professor Ku:
STS Prospectus: Living in Risk Society with Autonomous Vehicles…...…………….4
Literature Review………………………………………………………………………..5
STS Framework/Methodology…………………………………………………….........7
Old Dangers – New Risks of AV.…………………………………………...9
The Ruse of AV Risk..…...…………………………………………………10
Consequences……………………………………………………………….13
Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………14
Literature Cited………………………………………………………………………...15
STS Prospectus: The Title was changed to reflect the Thesis, which now identifies, focuses, and analyze on the Risks of AV through the eyes of a Risk Society. Teammates had mentioned that most of what was spoken in the Paper had little to no relevance to the issue at hand.
Literature Review: This section was completely revised, as it originally had Literature pertaining to AI morality, the Trolley Dilemma etc. Now, it looks has Literature that talk about the different types of Risk of AV (Socio, Economic, etc. ), what is alre...

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