Writing Task 2: Driverless cars are widely used will be better for society and individuals

Writing Task 2:

Some people feel that it will be better for society and individuals if driverless cars are widely used.

Others are not in the favour of the same. Discuss both the point of views and give your opinion.

Sample Answer

Digitization and modernization have seen a thorough-going metamorphosis of the world. As per the tides of digital gradations, some people should now be introduced to significantly cut our hassles of driving ourselves, and hence they support the usage of driverless cars. On the other hand, some people oppose the utilization of driverless cars at present and I base on the latter thought. In the paragraphs to come, we shall see both the perspectives and I shall put forth my views.

People who stand in the alignment of the usage of driverless cars often reason it with the emergence of the tech-dependent world today. Almost in all the pangs and walks of life, we see the intermittence and contribution of tech-wizardry. It has inarguably made our lives easier with its algorithm-based functioning that is impeccable and apparently trustworthy. In such a scenario, autonomous cars can as well be trusted for their assistance. Moreover, the automotive cars are believably good for reduced accidents, reduced traffic congestion, reduced CO2 emissions, increased lane capacity, lower fuel consumption, last-mile services, transportation accessibility, reduced travel time and transportation costs and more efficient parking.

In complete opposition to the usage of autonomous cars, some people, including me, propagate otherwise as artificial intelligence cannot be a substitute for human intelligence. The discernment of humans is utterly incongruent in response to a surreptitious scenario as the simulation of the human nervous system cannot ever be rendered as being trustworthy. Moreover, the more the drivers trust their cars to manage the driving, the worse they would handle the consequential abruptions as their cars take over the responsibility. This false sense of security has already been proven to have potentially pernicious, at times, fatal culminations. Self-driving vehicles ostensibly promise both increased traffic safety and a more sustainable transportation industry. However, in the pragmatic foreground, to trust a machine with our lives, we need to be assured of and phlegmatic with its practical safety. From what we see today, flawless driverless cars remain a faraway goal.

Conclusively, although a more fledged monitoring and vigilant system with autonomy could work in the best scenario, taking away the mechanical feel of the car is inept and calamitous both in terms of human cerebral execution as well as the algorithmic functioning of such cars.

Structure of the essay

You were given a discussion essay for which you had to give an opinion. Choose a side. State your opinion on it.

Introduction:

Question Paraphrased – Digitization and modernization have seen a thorough-going metamorphosis of the world. As per the tides of digital gradations, some people should now be introduced to significantly cut our hassles of driving ourselves, and hence they support the usage of driverless cars. On the other hand, some people oppose the utilization of driverless cars at present.

Opinion – I base on the latter thought.

A thesis statement – In the paragraphs to come, we shall see both the perspectives and I shall put forth my views.

Body Paragraph 1:

Central Idea: Importance of driverless cars Supporting points:

• People who stand in the alignment of the usage of driverless cars often reason it with the emergence of the tech-dependent world today.

• Almost in all the pangs and walks of life, we see the intermittence and contribution of tech-wizardry. It has inarguably made our lives easier with its algorithm-based functioning that is impeccable and apparently trustworthy. In such a scenario, autonomous cars can as well be trusted for their assistance.

• The automotive cars are believably good for reduced accidents, reduced traffic congestion, reduced CO2 emissions, increased lane capacity, lower fuel consumption, last-mile services, transportation accessibility, reduced travel time and transportation costs and more efficient parking

Body Paragraph 2:

Central Idea: Driverless cars can’t be trusted Supporting points:

• Artificial intelligence cannot be a substitute for human intelligence. The discernment of humans is utterly incongruent in response to a surreptitious scenario as the simulation of the human nervous system cannot ever be rendered as being trustworthy.

• The more the drivers trust their cars to manage the driving, the worse they would handle the consequential abruptions as their cars take over the responsibility. This false sense of security has already been proven to have potentially pernicious, at times, fatal culminations.

• Self-driving vehicles ostensibly promise both increased traffic safety and a more sustainable transportation industry. However, in the pragmatic foreground, to trust a machine with our lives, we need to be assured of and phlegmatic with its practical safety. From what we see today, flawless driverless cars remain a faraway goal.

Conclusion:

Conclusively, although a more fledged monitoring and vigilant system with autonomy could work in the best scenario, taking away the mechanical feel of the car is inept and calamitous both in terms of human cerebral execution as well as the algorithmic functioning of such cars.

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