In a thought-provoking episode, the focus turns to the ethical boundaries of AI and the fears surrounding its potential to turn rogue. The discussion starts with a clear explanation that generative AI, contrary to popular fears, is simply a tool that reassembles existing human-created data in new forms, far from achieving true intelligence or autonomy. The episode then dives into the concerns about AI crossing ethical lines once it reaches the level of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). The response of tech giants like OpenAI and Google, who have formed ethics teams, is highlighted. These teams are envisioned to act like a Chief Philosophy Officer, ensuring AI stays within ethical guidelines. A significant portion of the talk revolves around the idea of ‘etching’ ethical rules, akin to Asimov’s three laws of robotics, directly into the silicon hardware of AI systems. This concept, though seemingly a robust solution, is debated for its practicality and adaptability. Concerns are raised about the changing nature of ethics and the dilemma of hard-coding rules that might need to evolve over time. The episode concludes by questioning who gets to decide these ethical boundaries, considering the diversity in human beliefs and values. The potential risks of imprinting biases like racism, sexism, or religious views into AI are discussed, indicating the complexity and sensitivity of the issue. The conclusion suggests that while etching ethics into AI is an interesting concept, it might be premature and perhaps unnecessary, given the evolving nature of technology and ethics.