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Career Exploration: Visit the career section of Google’s Waymo project, or choose a job listed in this article. Choose a position that sounds interesting and answer the

 

For this writing assignment, choose one of the three short-answer prompts below and write a two-page, double-spaced paper addressing the questions/topics listed.

1. Career Exploration: Visit the career section of Google's Waymo project, or choose a job listed in this article. Choose a position that sounds interesting and answer the following questions/prompts:

  • Write a summary of the job description
  • What are the requirements of the job in terms of education, experience, and language?
  • What steps would you have to take to secure that position in the future?

2. Book, Movie, or TV review: With the approval of a parent or guardian, find a book, movie, or TV show to read or watch, which features a driverless vehicle (you can find plenty of ideas here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomous_car#In_fiction) and answer the following questions.

  • How is the driverless car being used?
  • What technologies are mentioned or used with the driverless car? If none are specifically mentioned, what technologies do you think are used (or are implied)?
  • Is the driverless car portrayed positively or negatively?
  • What are the riders doing in the car while it is driving them?

3. Article critical review: The following article gives a comparison of LIDAR and RADAR technologies. (http://www.thedrive.com/sheetmetal/16916/lidar-vs-radar-pros-and-cons-of-different-autonomous-driving-technologies(opens in a new tab)) Review the article and answer the following questions:

  • What is a new aspect of LIDAR or RADAR technology that you learned in this article
  • Find 2 words that you were unfamiliar with before reading this article and look up their definition.
  • What is the author’s conclusion? What fact does he or she use to support the conclusion? Do you agree or disagree, and why?

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