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WRIT 014 - Critical Writing and Reading

Primary or secondary source

Check the following links and discuss with your peer if it is a primary or a secondary source:

1.  “Qatar’s National Artificial Intelligence Strategy.” Accessed 9 Nov. 2021.

2. Wilson, Daniel H. Robopocalypse. 1st ed., Doubleday, 2011

3. Masmoudi, Malek, et al. Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining in Healthcare. 1st ed. 2021., Springer, 2021, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-45240-7.

4. Khashman, Zeliha, and Adnan Khashman. “Anticipation of Political Party Voting Using Artificial Intelligence.” Procedia Computer Science, vol. 102, Elsevier B.V, 2016, pp. 611–16, doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.09.450.

5. “Paving the Way to Conversational Banking QIB, the First Bank in Qatar, to Launch Ai Virtual Assistant ‘Zaki.’” QIB, Accessed 9 Nov. 2021

6. “Qatar Launches E-Learning Platform with AI That Can Analyse Learner Behaviour.” Qatar-Tribune, Accessed 9 Nov. 2021.

7. "Cabinet Approves Establishing Artificial Intelligence Committee at MoTC." The Peninsula, 3 Mar. 2021, Accessed 9 Nov. 2021.


Primary and secondary sources

Definition of primary and secondary sources offered by University of Massachusetts, Boston