Research Process Step 1: Synthesis writing is a written discussion that draws on one or more sources. In an academic synthesis, you make explicit the relationships that you have inferred among separate sources. Go beyond summary to make judgments – judgments based, of course, on critical reading of the sources. Go beyond the critique of individual sources to determine the relationship among them.
Recommended length: 4-5 pages, double-spaced in 12pt font. APA Format.
Simply find a set of articles (preferable scholarly or professional) that describe clearly some impact of artificial intelligence/ on Criminal justice. Discuss the specific concerns or controversies, and then enter into the discussion by relating some of your own knowledge and experience.
You will still be required to consider how the Origins/Ethics/Theories of Knowledge Dialogue themes might frame or influence any argument (that the experts or public makes) as to how these changes to the field as a result of technology might be good or bad.
For example, whenever you consider whether some consequences of technology might be good or bad you have entered into the realm of normative ethics-so you could relate some of these concerns that are voiced by the public/experts as being based in an Origin story that reserves certain powers for humans and other powers for gods.
Or in an ethic that is proscriptive like the Christian commandments or prescriptive like the Sermon on the Mount compared to a more ambiguous teleological ambition of the Taoists
The topic is Using artificial intelligence to tell if a person is lying