That video is an horrible example of nitpicking, it doesnt work as evidence. It just doesnt.
No point in typing out a long paragraph when this video'll cover everything wrong with the AI.
I watched the first 10 minutes as I cannot watch the whole thing, and I'm mainly seeing hardware problems causing most of it.
The disappearing car isn't good, but that has nothing to do with A.I.
The lazy turning is because of hardware, like he said.
I don't know what causes the people running into you purposely. I doubt it's a bug. It's probably just R* f*cking with you like when you stand next to people. They did the same in GTA 4. Motherf*cking bridges were Hell because of it.
The handbrake thing...I don't even...
Truck spawning right in front of you isn't an A.I. problem (I don't think), it's a hardware problem (I think). Same reason GTA 4 has poles that you hit before they even render.
The people driving thing is just really nitpicky.
And the last thing, the thing with the engine. I dunno what that is. Hotwiring? It sucks that you can't keep the engine on, but what he shows has nothing to do with A.I. once again.
Conclusion from the first 10 minutes: Very little about A.I.
The problem is, you didn't watch the whole thing.
Glad I didn't type a long paragraph...
Like I said, I don't have time. Just list the things in the rest of the video (You don't have to go into detail if it's not needed) and I'll go from there.
If the rest of the video is anything like the first 10 minutes, there's very little actual A.I. problems.