The paper should revolve around these four essays: -Merchant - "The Coders Programming Themselves out of a Job" -Lester - "A Study on Driverless-Car Ethics..." -Christakis - “How AI Will Rewire Us” -Wired - "AI and the future of work" These are the instructions the professor gave: -The introductory paragraph should address the major questions at hand: What are the authors’ arguments? How do they relate? What is the significance of this relationship to their shared themes, and why does this connection matter to all of us? What are we learning here, as we take in this information? -Instead of linearly stepping through your sources, I suggest selecting aspects of the theme or topic as your subtopics. This way you can avoid summary and move back and forth between your sources to develop your argument. -You must include a clear, coherent thesis statement that will most likely be more than one sentence. -Your conclusion should make a closing case for your argument and emphasize the importance of the theme that connects the sources. -Avoid personal examples and other anecdotal data. -Consider the counter-argument as this will lend support to your own points. -This is not a rhetorical analysis.