No, it is not great at all. But I guess you meant that facetiously.
What is even worse is that technology’s favorite new toy, AI, is the depravity of reason stemming from a confounding of cause and consequence (Nietzsche). For no regurgitation of hindsight (data) will extrapolate to meaningful foresight (imagination) to break the norm.
Hence, AI, will lead to an accelerated promulgation and popularization of the norm. Which, in evolutionary terms, means we are leading humanity down a dead-end street of more of the same, rather than towards the discovery of an ever expanding fractal of our universe.
The blind faith in artificial intelligence is a double whammy of human depravity, as it attempts to turn robots into humans and humans into robots at the same time.
We must reinvent the operating-systems of humanity (I have) to subjugate to the rule of nature if we want to delay its brutal sickle. Already the human species is having a very hard time attempting to outlive a common fly.
However, in all fairness to the aforementioned rigor on artificial intelligence, our compliance to nature’s rule designed to spawn human excellence must also include some strict guidelines as to how we deploy neurotech and biotech.