My unroll.me hot take: 

> We built [business] as decent humans and it has to our best efforts always been run that way.

If you can't make a business without engaging in things broadly considered unethical, maybe don't make that business? It's not too much to ask that your business model not be actively evil.

Being a "decent human" isn't enough. When you create a system it needs to be structurally resistant to unethical uses. Trusting people doesn't work, because there's always someone new.

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>We built [AI] as decent humans and it has to our best efforts always been run that way.

If you can't make an AI without engaging in things broadly considered unethical, maybe don't make it? It's not too much to ask that your model not be actively evil.

Being a "decent human" isn't enough. When you create a system it needs to be structurally resistant to unethical uses. Trusting the system doesn't work, because there's always something new.

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