Ok, perhaps it's a misunderstanding of what is being proposed, and how teachable AI works.
It doesn't come up with new plans, it mimics what came before, and selects the best versions based on criteria provided by its ruleset.
So say that it looks for patterns in your calendar. "Every 12 months, X happens." "Every third Tue of alternating months, lunch at Y."
It then pulls in other information it has that presumably you had as well, based on your search history.
"According to Yelp, eatery Y requires reservations two weeks in advance."
"Hey, in three weeks you're usually having lunch at Y on Tue at noon with Joe. Would you like me to set up a reservation for 2 at that time?"
It's not stating what should be done, it's repeating steps you do already, and it notices that it can prompt you.
That's what we're talking about here. Make more sense?
I mean, if you don't like it, turn it off, but me, I'd freaking love a bit of assistance from time to time.
My other brain is hung like a horse too.
#IRC isn't old school.
Old school is being able to say 'finger me' with a straight face.