There are all sorts of interesting possibilities generated by polygenic risk scores that I have not yet seen discussed anywhere.
There are existing tests that you can’t fake ( without explicit cheating). You could pretend to be dumber than you actually are on an IQ test, but it would quite difficult to score higher than you can. Personality tests – well, you can always lie. I’ve even heard that people lie on their resume!
As long as you administer the test yourself, there’s no way for an applicant to cheat on a polygenic risk score. It only gives you statistical information, not incredibly strong prediction at the individual level, but it can’ be faked. sooo.
If you hired a CFO with a 4-std score on honesty, he’d be somewhat less likely to cook the books. Although a given company might not want that – might want the opposite.
You could pick boomer captains that were considerably less likely than most people to go insane. That could be a good thing.
You could hire a whole organization with > 1-std asabiya PRS. You’d use other indicators of asabiya, and you probably would consider other factors as well – but you’d get less internal conflict, have fewer self-dealers, etc. And you know what unusually high-asabiya orgs talk about at the water cooler – the same thing they talk about every night.