The ethical issue I chose was self driving cars. Final Project, Part 2: Annotate

The ethical issue I chose was self driving cars.
Final Project, Part 2: Annotated Bibliography
Use EBSCOhost’s Academic Search Premier database (accessible through the myEdison portal under My Resources > Educational) to search for articles on ethical issues raised by the new or emerging technology that you selected in Part 1. Locate at least four scholarly sources to support your analysis. Develop an annotated bibliography, providing a 150-word summary (main points and ethical issues), assessment (reliability, bias, and goal of each reference), and reflection (Was the resource helpful? How will it support your research study? Did your thinking change after reading the resource?) for each source. You may use either APA or MLA format for your references. See the Purdue OWL website for information on developing an annotated bibliography.
Part 2 will be worth 8% of your final grade in the course. You can view the grading rubric for Part 2 in the Evaluation Rubrics folder.
Final Project, Part 3: Policy Paper
Building on the research you conducted for the annotated bibliography, write a paper of 1000 to 1200
words discussing the ethical issues related to your selected technology that are occurring now or will likely occur in the future. Make sure to include relevant findings from the scholarly sources you used in Part 2 and any other sources you wish to use. You must use at least four relevant sources to support your paper. Consider how the legal issues (freedom of expression, copyright, right to privacy, etc.) we have been discussing relate to your selected technology.
Using one or more of the ethical frameworks (utilitarianism, deontology, virtue ethics, social justice and social contract theory), propose a policy for addressing the ethical issues related to the new or emerging technology. Cite your sources using either MLA or APA format.
Part 3 will be worth 13% of your final grade in the course. You can view the grading rubric for Part 3 in the Evaluation Rubrics folder.

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