I am more concerned with the failing education system and the proliferation of social media sites which promote, even enforce kneejerk reactions over longer, more reflective thoughts.
Sure, a.i. can follow grammar rules decently enough. But a.i. only "create" based upon what their data set says is statistically most likely to be there. In other words, they rely on humans for the illusion of creativity and cannot really think.
The way things have been going the past decade, common sense increasingly looks like an uncommon virtue. The internet can paint a rather depressing view of humanity.
I wish the web were more like the way it was in the 00s. When everyone had their own website as their personal digital space, rather than a social media on some corporate, data-hoarding platform. Forums like this as a primary form of social discourse are far from perfect, but are generally a superior method of connecting, in my view. The irony is, I remember when the web was heralded as a tool to democratize free ideas and expression, because suddenly anyone and everyone had the same communication privileges usually reserved for journalists, novelists, celebrities, and the media. Yet today, the vast majority of those voices are drowned out in the maelstrom of din. And who are the only voices that search algorithms promote? The journalists, the media, the politicians and pundits, the celebrities. Or worse, the "influencers," who have no pretense even of qualifications yet wield a significant power over flow of information. We are back at square one like the days when you could only get news from a handful of cable networks, only without the necessity those networks had to promote centrist narratives appealing to all viewers. The handful of media organizations around today are more extreme in their bias or even deception (Fox News v Dominion is an obvious example.)