The problem I have with most stories about AIs is that the AIs are essentially human characters with a dose of one or more personality disorders and megalomania. The matrix series suffers from this problem. What it brought to the table in filmmaking wasn’t particularly anything to do with the premise of AI. It was the same old humans and robots can’t get along so they kill each other trope (which isn’t necessarily a bad backbone for a story. People have been getting attacked by their artificial creations in stories for a long time).
If Wachowski insists on revisiting the Matrix universe then I’d hope that is for a very solid reason. I fear that won’t be the case.
What I’d like to see in an AI story is humans and AIs interacting in complex ways beyond simple hostility. At the end of the Matrix series there was an in principle peace agreement but that’s all there was. Zion was trashed and the machines are staring down the barrel of a massive reduction in their power source (dumb canon, but canon nonetheless). Both sides are facing the prospect of a massive influx of refugee humans leaving the matrix, and causing huge problems for the matrix and the real world. If there has to be more story in the Matrix universe then why not “The war just ended and peace is more complicated and fraught than war”?