There are two things which shouldn’t be forgotten about AI in general:
First it relies heavily on human input. E.g. the Tesla AI Autopilot is based on a massive amount of pictures on which objects are lined out, so that the software can compare those line-outs with images captured by the LIDAR (which is just some kind of visible light camera system). Without all those people analyzing the photographs, that Autopilot would not function. In other words: without the back-up of human intelligence, that artificial intelligence wouldn’t work.
Secondly: the input is analyzed by statistical means, not be actually intelligent systems in the way we understand ‘intelligence’. That means AI prefers frequent occurences of phenomena, not necessarily correct occurences of phenomena, i.e. not necessarily occurences which are the results of laws of nature.