We can only hope for the best. Who knows what happens when AI gets so much better than humans that we can no longer understand their reasoning? The airplane division panels were a good example of that, where AI has provided a solution for the problem that appears to be beyond our human understanding. We know it passes the tests, but we have no clue HOW it does that. Like humans, AI can learn and improve itself over time, but in a much more accelerated pace. Human learning is linear, while AI learning is exponential, so we cannot compete in the long run. Given enough time, AI can achieve knowledge at a level that to us, humans, may sound God-like because it's beyond our capability to understand. That is, we wouldn't be capable of understanding even if they explained to us only using their simplest of words. That's a scary prospect, because humanity likes to think we are at the top of the food chain. With AI on the table, that becomes a fragile concept.