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(B) is wrong because the spokesperson is only claiming that there won't be further design flaws, so she has not overlooked the possibility of other types of flaws.
There may well be other types; that's not a problem for her, because she's not promising anybody that there won't be other types.
I don’t know why (E) is correct.
First of all, the spokesperson just said there’s no more design flaws. S/He didn’t say about “some computers”.
Second, is there the ”evidence to the contrary?” Is it the evidence that “not every circuit can be manually checked”? I think the evidence has no relation with the design flaw, because the evidence is about to prove why a certain company released a computer having flawed microprocessor (that maybe was made before starting computer-designing.)
Look at her reasoning; there's no chance of design flaws because they were designed by computers. She's assumed that computers don't make errors.
That's particularly bad in this situation, because the first words out of the interviewer's mouth give us evidence that computers do make errors!
In the first dialogue was the computer having flaw designed by the computer? There is no information on that.
I thought it’s microprocessor was designed by human not using computer because in the last dialogue spokesperson said computer-designed microprocessor will not have design flaws.