TL;DR : humans suck at managing stuff while computers are great at this. So why not leaving a computer (AI) do the management ?
Speaking philosophically, while it's a common belief that in the future AI-powered robots will do what we want, we believe in the opposite: Robots will tell us what to do. Management is what computers do better, while writing code, drawing diagrams, growing flowers, or cooking a soup is what we, humans, do better and actually enjoy doing. We believe that in the future computers will help us organize ourselves by taking the routine part of the management on themselves.
Zerocracy makes the first step in this direction.
See also Zerocracy's XDSD principles (http://www.zerocracy.com/toc.html
#NoMagic : We rely on discipline and control much more than on trust and talent.
#NoSalaries : We pay fixed fees only for deliverables of microtasks, never per hour/month.
#NoMeetings : We don’t talk to each other anywhere outside of GitHub tickets.
#NoObligations : We encourage programmers to work only when they find it profitable.
#NoHelp : We don’t teach programmers and we don’t help them.
#NoAltruism : We encourage egoism and laziness.
#NoFear : We encourage programmers to find bugs and we pay them for it.