I’m at the self-checkout in the supermarket. If something doesn’t work, I sometimes get fairly frustrated. If I’m with a human cashier, maybe a new person they’re just training, and they don’t do it properly, I don’t get frustrated at all. I’m very tolerant because it’s a human.
Garry Kasparov on AI, Chess, and the Future of Creativity (Ep. 22)
Mercatus Center

I disagree.

I think it’s because of expectations that made you frustrated.

Either you are expecting the machine to work without any issues at all or you expected issues because you mistrust (or hated) the machine, so you complain louder when it indeed gave you issues on that one time you used it.

Just Like Kasparov point about the importance of psychology being important in human warfare, the fundamental point driving frustration is human psychology. Specifically human expectations