So this feeling that we are dishonest actually makes us do more dishonest things in the future.
… reality we don’t know ourselves that well (and definitely not as well as we think we do). Instead, we observe ourselves in the same way we observe and judge the actions of other people — inferring who we are and what we like from our actions.
… and outliers and population distributions of the training set can be boring, tedious work. Indeed, machines learn bias from the oversights that occur during data munging.