AlphaDogfight wins 5-0 in F-16 battle vs human

Will Knight, writing for Wired:

Last week, a technique popularized by DeepMind was adapted to control an autonomous F-16 fighter plane in a Pentagon-funded contest to show off the capabilities of AI systems. In the final stage of the event, a similar algorithm went head-to-head with a real F-16 pilot using a VR headset and simulator controls. The AI pilot won, 5-0.

A Dogfight Renews Concerns About AI’s Lethal Potential

This is an under-discussed issue, but is inevitable. DeepMind is convinced that its AlphaZero DNN can master any two-player, turn-based game that shows perfect information. And its AlphaStar DNN shows what it can do in real-time games as well. It is a natural, and inevitable, extension to war capabilities.

Is this ok? Does that question even matter? How long before human-in-the-loop is the unacceptable bottleneck?