Many swimmers speed up their tempo to compensate as they 'slip' (technique fails) and 'the piano drops' (physiological exhaustion). By decreasing the perception of and biological markers correlated to fatigue, swimmers can utilize hand paddles to recruit the correct muscle groups and fibers for strokes and distances.
Form (swimming technique), force (anaerobic ‘power’), flow (aerobic ‘capacity’) independent of one another are just skills and drills. When they are intertwined together, the magic that coaches and ‘lifers’ refer to as ‘feel for the water’ emerges out of perceptual chaos.
There is and will continue to be a great deal of discussion around artificial intelligence. You know, Skynet from the Terminator series.