A summary of my three comments entails my views on the projects of three peers, which include but are not limited to suggestions, approval and recommendations and corrections. Except for one comment that attached a link for further reading, the remaining two were critiques also meant to improve the projects presented by my peers. I would also like to acknowledge that the projects gave me the chance to examine the principle concept in each project from an updated viewpoint/perspective I would not have perceived without being exposed to them.
Attached below is my response to Hashan whose project was reviewed well by Isabelleh Salas who posits that he should shift focus to how the AI teachers would enrich the future of teaching as opposed to solving a problem we are currently managing rather well, a stance I support. I am hopeful Hashan will heed to the three-point checklist review suggested and better his project.
ATTACH COMMENT ON HASHAN HERE
For the remaining two comments, I happened to be in approval with the approach used by both Dorothy whose project was based on cyborgs while Tiu Siulun focusses on Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, I had a suggestion for Dorothy, which I attached as a link for further reading. Nonetheless, the two projects are focused on making the future of humanity a better time to exist by exploring the functionalities availed by the two technologies in which they are based.
ATTACH COMMENT ON DOROTHY AND TIU’S PROJECTS HERE
Chong, B. (2018). Our Cyborg Future: Law and Policy Implications. Brookings. Retrieved 5 February 2021, from https://www.brookings.edu/research/our-cyborg-future-law-and-policy-implications/.