I don't think the machines are gonna take over
As little as the printing press, the radio, TV or the Internet, as little as all those major technologies, this is how much Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning is going to take over: Not as dramatic as it's being depicted!
Why?! Well for one thing look into history and the questioning attitudes against all of the technologies listed above and for another thing it's temping to think we've created something so smart it out-smarts us the smart inventor!
Nuclear-fission, something much more immediate hasn't wiped us out for more than half a century.
What I do think it's going to do, is to change things up all the way over. But at last I'm certain AI is going to be, like all those other technologies, of assistive function, freeing up new capacities for us to come up with the next thing. And for that I wouldn't be too surprised to see AI being deployed for very many comparably mundane thinks, which are far more removed from the sophisticated allure with which it is being imagined at this point in time.
I ask you this: What are your honest associations for, let's say Television or the Internet, and what most people do with it, think about it most of the time? Not too fancy, is it?
If, however, we're secretly concerned that this new technology, with it's greater degree of autonomy, won't be able to "solve all our problems" because it can possibly only inherit and potentially solidify our own biases, well then this is a totally different discussion.
Or maybe, and then I'm done, if AI is everything we are currently hoping for and are afraid of, wouldn't the machine's rational decision to then potentially alleviate us, then too have to have some objective truth to itself, against which there are then only irrational, contradicting and unreasonable objections from our side?!
Pick your poison! ;)