Annotated Bibliography – Source 3

Johnson, W. G. (2017, October 26). Where Genome Editing and Artificial Intelligence Collide. Retrieved November 13, 2019, from

The source discusses the ethical and legal issues that come with the development of the artificial intelligence and genetic engineering fields. The author is credible since he has a masters in Science and Technology Policy and is currently pursuing a career in law. This means that they are a knowledgeable source on both the fields of artificial intelligence as well as the ethics issues regarding it. I chose this source because it offers counterarguments to the use of genetic engineering, if uncontrolled. This source is relevant because it was written in recent years and argues about future implications of genetic engineering. I found this source by doing a keyword search using the terms “genetic” and “artificial” in Google Scholar and it is hosted by As We Now Think.

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