There’s no danger of computers ruling us, but there is a peril in employing them to greatly magnify the impact of our own errors.
Considering Hamlet, the Aristotelian can appreciate both the physiology and the drama to which the mechanist is blind.
He doesn’t mean there won’t be humans in the Oval Office in the future, but that the power behind the power will be AI. Is it true?
One might add that this analysis applies to the world of life as a whole.
Either a mind through free will alone may cause scientifically measurable change in the physical world, or we are forced back to embrace blather.