I'm going to assume that AI is meant here by artificial intelligence. I watched 2 minutes of this video, and I have to say that I can't imagine that a robot would be able to produce these statements. Rather I can imagine that real humans used cues from AI to formulate complete sentences. And if these statements really come from an AI, it is still a question of training. This training is always very one-sided, because not all aspects of a topic can be considered. Already at the beginning of the computer generation, one could often hear the argument: "This or that statement comes from the calculations of a computer, so it must be true, because computers cannot lie." This is complete nonsense. I myself work mostly as a programmer, and programmers make mistakes. And these programming errors are, after all, in artificial intelligence. AI statements are mostly about statistical calculations. The data for these calculations are collected by humans and entered into the computer. Or do you know of a robot that has traveled the entire journey of life from kindergarten, to school, to working life, to acquire wisdom and knowledge on its own. As long as this does not happen, stop trusting the statements and decisions of an AI. Sorry, but I had to get rid of this once.