It must be a minimum of 1000 words to count. 1000 words is about four pages, so it’s not really that bad, but you should still still word count your essay to make sure you’re hitting the minimum.Here is the prompt:Out of all the social issues in computer science this year, talk about the one that resonates with you the most. Describe the issue, talk about problems with it, and propose a solution.Possible topics for your essay include, but are not limited to:PiracyPrivacySecurityAI and consciousnessAutonomous vehiclesManufacturing consentThe replication crisis in scienceScience vs. pseudoscienceHow ethical frameworks are used in scienceDigital ownershipFramingCognitive biasesCancel culture and justice in an online worldThe impact of social media on societyFallacies(Not corporate censorship, though, or the Therac-25, or anything else we’ve already done an essay on.)You will be scored as such (it is worth 20 points instead of 10):5 points for the use of a deductive argument in your essay (tag your deductive argument with a footnote or something so we can identify it), 5 points for the use of inductive reasoning (again, tag it), and 5 points for using abductive reasoning (again, tag it with a footnote). In the footnote attached to each of the three arguments, you must explain why it is that type of reasoning.Finally, five points will be given for your peer review of someone else’s essay. You must identify all three of their arguments, and state if they are, in fact, deductive, inductive, and abductive reasoning, and then give a general response to their essay, saying if you agree or disagree and why. This is five points as well.