This was a nice post. I haven't thought about these selfishness concerns before, but I did think about possible dangers arising from aligned servant AI used as a tool to improve military capabilities in general. A pretty damn risky scenario in my view and one that will hugely benefit whoever gets there first.
Here (https://thehumaneleague.org/animals) you'll find many articles on the subject. For example, this one: What really happens on a chicken farm.
He later abdicated the throne in 2014, ending the monarchy.
Not really. He abdicated in favor of his son, who is the present king of Spain. Ending the monarchy is an idea that never crossed his mind.
Related: EA forum suggestion: In-line comments (Similar to google docs commenting) and perhaps this comment.
In case you'd prefer the EA Forum format, this post was also crossposted here some time ago: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/oRx3LeqFdxN2JTANJ/epistemic-legibility
I think the first link should be https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=longtermism
Spatterings of Latin
I can't think of one single post where this is a serious issue. There may be exceptions that I ignore, but generalizing this is exaggerated.
Was the winner 'efflorescence' or 'peripeteia'?
Klingt exotisch, aber wenn man das Wort 10x sagt, dann merkt man das nicht mehr
I believe this happens because , to my knowledge, German words ending in -ismus are only combined with proper names ('Marxismus') or foreign words (specially adjectives), that is Lehnwörter, like 'Liberalismus', 'Föderalismus'. But I'm not a native speaker, so I can't really tell how "exotic" this neologism sounds.