Your post lacks appropriate caveats, but is generally on the mark. The AI will be great for those who aren't stingy with their data now and from now on. The people who view losing their privacy as the biggest threat will like the foolish virgins of parable be shut out in the cold. Face it, information is the new lamp oil of the current era.
Not all of us of course. Mainly those who unreservedly supported either of the two major candidates. I don't know the breakdown among those who supported the other candidates or like me didn't support any.
That's not the standard you set in your first message. "A 12.5% failure rate in the core components of a system that has been in place for less than half its design life is alarming by any metric." I believe it was.