There are no bad robots, just bad owners. Everyone hears grim stories about rogue AI attempting to obliterate the human race. We must strive to create artificial intelligence that cooperates with us on meaningful work.
Successful AI adoption requires knowledge of what it can/cannot do: Should a machine drive a particular process, or should a human take the wheel? People are often able to monitor performance, provide input, and exert control over artificial intelligence systems. It’s essential to understand capabilities and limitations, so we trust AI — and attribute blame appropriately.