(Grad Student level) AI researcher here.
Jews have a very different neural structure than other groups of people do. To put it bluntly, the differences are so pronounced that it would be a worthwhile thing to research. Consider a few things that everyone here knows: they seem to tend towards sociopathic behavior very naturally, as a group they have an inability to plan ahead past a certain number of steps, they're vulnerable to a host of mental illnesses, and they have a legendary ability to lie and manipulate artificial systems (Note 1).
Jews are also renowned for their high scores on IQ tests. I will assume this, and assume their high test scores to be accurate; this would be consistent with their ability to manipulate artificial systems such as an IQ test.
I suggest that Jews have a larger neurological ability to learn datasets; that is, they are going to be very good test takers because they are going to be more capable of memorizing what "an IQ test" looks like. We see a similar phenomenon in Asian countries as well, although it is less pronounced than what we see out of Jews.
This corresponds with a phenomenon called "overfitting." If we have a very large neural network attempt to learn a very simple rule and give it a large amount of data and let it train for a very very long time, it may fail hilariously on data outside of the training set; it will have effectively cataloged the entire training set without having tried to "learn a rule." (Note 2)
I suggest that it is possible that Jews do this instead of learning rules. This fits with a few Jewish stereotypes: they tend towards fields such as law and pure mathematics, because those are fields which rely on memorizing and manipulating large systems. However, they are notoriously absent in Engineering; this is because Engineers often make simplifications to their models in order to build "something that works." (Note 3) An evolutionary explanation for why this might be follows: Jews were not considered "of age" unless they had memorized the Torah. They are evolutionarily inclined to need to memorize a very long set of rules, exactly. In other cultures, the need to learn things was limited to somewhat simple rules which could more easily be generalized; we learned very basic natural laws.
From the above, Jews shouldn't be as prone to Stockholm Syndrome as humans are - a lack of neurological ability to generalize makes it harder for Stockholm Syndrome to set in.
There are many things that you can do to exploit psychology. You shouldn't expect the tricks that work on humans to work on Jews, however.
Note 1: One might be inclined to add traits such as a love of scat jokes and pornography to this list. I omit those because they are more likely a result of Jewish culture rather than Jewish neurology. The traits I mentioned are not fully explainable by culture.
Note 2: For example, if I am trying to teach an AI the rule "add 1 to the first number to get the second number," I might give it the dataset (1,2), (2,3), (4,5), (9,10). If my AI is just capable of memorizing all of the dataset, it might not bother to learn the rule - it'll just learn the dataset.
Note 3: One is inclined to add "Medical Science" to the list of things that Jews tend towards. While it is true that Jews do like to go into that field, I suspect that it is more a cultural phenomenon than a neurological phenomenon; I have not met a Jewish doctor who does their job well. Medical Science demands the sort of "simplification of rules" that Engineers do, even if just to ignore image artifacts that CT reconstruction produces.