Related, but I rather than AI
Or perhaps "X" for experience, rather than "I".
An intriguing study I saw some years ago, showed some fascinating results re experienced (American) Police Officers' ability to spot criminality just from face shape.
TL;DR: the more experience they had, the better they were at picking actual criminals and the worse they were at (not) falsely identifying non-criminals as criminals.
That is, actual criminals, the experienced cops were very good at detecting just from their faces.
However, this _declining_-with-experience error rate inverted when the face was NOT that of a criminal -- the more experience they had, the more likely they were to tag a non-crook as a crook just by looking at them.
However, a key point for those who kneejerk that the cops are just more likely to be bastards as they get older : the numbers say no. There was a huge increase in Correct percentage, but a much lower increase in Wrong-Way percentage.
That is, experience matters. But older coppers need to make some allowances for their increasing jadedness -- they will get better and better at cutting to the chase with dickheads but need to be aware they'll also give aggro to innocents more often than when they themselves were innocents.
Fascinating stuff. And the sort of thing the AI boys should be watching out for in their own hand-rolled proxies.