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In your responses, review at least one of the articles provided by your peer and expand on their description. Raise the level of discussion by considering these things: What open-ended questions can you ask? How can you point classmates to sources that could be of interest or use to them? Minimum of 75 words.CLICK HERE TO ORDER
1.Lorne-Agrawal, Gans, and Goldfarb (2019) wrote my scholarly source and detailed the impact artificial intelligence has on prediction as it relates to the labor market. In their journal entry, the authors go into detail on how machine learning and AI are using “prediction” based on data to replace specific career fields such as demand forecasting and human resources (Agrawal, Gans, & Goldfarb, 2019). The authors do not seem to have any biases present. The article uses facts using data and is backed up by references. The article also is reliable as it is in a peer-reviewed journal. The strengths of the article show, the authors provide excellent and precise detail of their findings. One limitation of the article is the minimal use of graphs or charts that give visuals to certain parts of their data.
Florida (2019) wrote my popular source, and the bulk of the article summarizes a study done by the Brookings Institution, where a study conducted to see artificial intelligence’s impact on high skilled jobs. The author of the article details critical takeaways from the study, although there is little information about the conduction of the research nor the methods used. The author’s biases shine through somewhat, as the article is suggesting that AI will have a direct impact on highly skilled labor and asks open-ended questions leaving the reader to decide based on the item itself. There is no evidence of the article being peer-reviewed, thus questioning its reliability. The strength of the material is its appeal to readers by making information and data “bite-sized” and easy to follow. However, there are vital aspects the article is lacking, such as the methods used during the study.
2.Melissa-I chose to investigate two sources that deal with a lack of inclusive education for students with disabilities.
I used the Ashford University Library to find my scholarly source. The article “Missing the mark or scoring a goal? Achieving non-discrimination for students with disability in primary and secondary education in Australia: A scoping review” (2020), addresses a lack of inclusive education for students with disabilities, even though it is illegal to discriminate against a student because of their disability in Australia (Duncan et al., 2020). As this source is peer-reviewed and recently published, it has strong reliability and strength in the information presented. The review discusses 18 peer-reviewed published articles dealing with legislature and case law regarding the education of students with disabilities (in Australia) (Duncan et al., 2020). The authors site the limitation of not including recent articles etc. produced by government or stakeholder agencies, as this was a review of peer-reviewed experts in education and law (Duncan et al., 2020). There do not seem to be any biases based on conflicts of interest or who funded the research for this scoping review.
The popular source I chose is a page on the UNICEF website. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is an organization that partners with governments and other national agencies to improve the lives of children worldwide. The article I found discusses the prejudice facing students with disabilities and the lack of access to education in multiple countries (UNICEF, 2012). A video of short interviews with students is attached to the article, to represent the perspective of the students themselves (UNICEF Children with Disabilities, 2015). UNICEF is a respected organization and works through the United Nations, which offers reliability to the information provided on its website. First-hand opinions of students with disabilities also lend credibility to the video and give the information strength. However, UNICEF is not considered a scholarly source, and the information offered has many limitations. The article is a broad overview of the difficulties faced by students with disabilities, not a focused report of original research on the subject. Bias appears in the article and video in the belief that all children, “regardless of disability, gender, ethnicity, language, and religion, have the fundamental right to go to school” (UNICEF Children with Disabilities, 2015). Many people support this fundamental right, which is why the lack of education is considered a global issue