ABS is integrated with stability control now - sometimes it activates even when you’re not braking. This is a good thing if you drive a car that has a well-engineered system. Especially when combined with torque vectoring, it’s pretty crazy how easily a car can corner even on ice. As long as you don’t ask it to violate the laws of physics, that is. You’re still not gonna make it around that icy corner at 50mph.
On the other hand, it’s a bad thing if you drive a car with a crappy system, like an Escape I drove years ago. If you went around a corner and there was the slightest amount of slip, like from a bit of sand that as a driver you barely even noticed, it would slam on the brakes. Dangerous as hell. I wasn’t sad when that piece of junk went away.