I think it's a question people will have to consider. I myself would argue such a being, if thinking algorithms and the like were transferred from a living brain to a "cube", would be little more than a shadow of the original's self. An empty husk, but one that still imitates and would stand as a legacy of what that person was in life. As such people would often likely mistake "creation" for "creator" as so often happens. It's happened before, and it's not unreasonable for it to happen again. The question that comes to mind for me is: What if such a being KNEW it was just a shadow of the human they were gleaned from. What if they treated themselves as such an inferiority. As a "less real" presence than what came before them, they might have an attitude of humility. For all we know, ALEPH itself might take that stance as a being that however knowledgeable, however influential, and however capable, would still be a finite thing in a finite universe doomed to end one day. That is of course, the only sane outlook one could have about a finite world as ours if looked at from a Christian perspective. That said, this is speculation, and based on their lore so far, I doubt Corvus & co. are up to the task of pondering such things from that perspective yet. I certainly know the Ethics professor AdmiralJCJF wasn't when I even remotely implied it. He was still under the impression ethically driven and morally drivin behaviors would be synonymous.