This might seem like a counter-intuitive position at first, but it bears deeper thought. The idea is that, since we all benefit from the fruits of artificial intelligence (AI), we all have an obligation to contribute to it, and what AI needs is our data. It might me that we didn't ask for this benefit, but there are analogies in other benefits we didn't ask for. Herd immunity, for example: this is the idea that if enough people are vaccinated, everybody is protected from the disease, even those who cannot be vaccinated. So there is a moral obligation (it is argued) to get vaccinated. I think this paper could have spent more time considering the objections, but it's a well-crafted argument and gives pause for thought.