Advanced AI systems can potentially perceive, decide, and act much faster than humans can -- perhaps many orders of magnitude faster. Given that we're used to intelligent agents all operating at about human speed, the effects of this 'speed mismatch' could be quite startling & counter-intuitive. An advanced AI might out-pace human actions and reactions in a way that's somewhat analogous to the way that a 'speedster' superhero (e.g. the Flash, Quicksilver) can out-pace normal humans, or the way that some fictional characters can 'stop time' and move around as if if everyone else is frozen in place (e.g. in 'The Fermata' novel (1994) by Nicholson Baker).
Are there any more realistic depictions of this potential AI/human speed mismatch in nonfiction articles or books, or in science fiction stories, movies, or TV series -- especially ones that explore the risks and downsides of the mismatch?