https://www.wired.com/story/innovation-ethically/ "Increasingly, the people and companies with the technological or scientific ability to create new products or innovations are de facto making policy decisions that affect human safety and society. But these decisions are often based on the creator’s intent for the product, and they don't always take into account its potential risks and unforeseen uses....." "Who gets to control innovation is a central question of our time. Should society let technological prowess or scientific brilliance determine who makes decisions that may affect all humanity in profound ways?" Interesting article. May also want to listen to the interview with Biz Stone (ex Twitter) Ethics & Entrepreneurship When I was an undergraduate Pharmacy student one of my Professors said - if you go into R&D or manufacturing remember your mistake can kill many people before it can be corrected. He also said people trust the cheapest aspirin tablet to cure their aches 100% of the time but not even their Rolls Royce.