The reading passage maintains that people may accidently vote for wrong
candidate, and those with poor eyesight probably vote for wrong man too. In contrast, the lecture begins its challenge of the author’s statements by arguing that
it is easy to us to use the computer to vote, but how about those who don’t familiar with computer system? Maybe they will vote for wrong person too.
It is noted in the article that old voting system relies heavily on people to count the vote. However, contrary to the author’s, the speaker asserts that people may do some mistake, but is it sure computer won’t do wrong? No, sometimes computer show mistake on program or error in computer, even it will move the raker. Also, it’s impossible to avoid error in computer.
Finally, the reading suggests that it is too risky to implement complicated voting technology nationwide. The speaker, however, indicates that we use computer daily and handle heavily data, and we should improve it again and again, but it takes 2 or 3 years to take one vote. It’s not sufficient to use a new computer system.
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Both the reading passage and the lecture discuss the voting system. The author suggests that current voting system is inefficient and always leads inaccurate counting of vote. However, the speaker presents a rather different view of the subject under discussion. The reading passage maintains that p