Computers are connected to each other to transfer information’s.
Imagine that in the future a supercomputer with a very high IQ and speed might decide that the best way to prevent wars and to ensure world development is to connect all our brains to each other.
If we already accepted chips in our brains and nanotechnology, this step might not be so hard to be done.
Imagine that most of us already will have in his house an android that might get programmed with an update to reprogram our nano robots to do a thing that we might not want to be done.
A robot intelligence is limited by his hardware and software, but if the “brain” is in other location and he is just following some instruction, then this android does not need to be very smart by itself.
How might we prevent that?
The answer is open source.
The problems will appear when software will be written by Artificial Intelligence and will be so complex that humans will not be able to understand it very well and “bug’s” will be inserted in it.
Probably most people want to be smarter than they are and they will take risks by accepting nanotechnology.
Who does not want access to a world like in Matrix?
We all want to experience different situations and to learn from them and to do things that current real life does not allow us to do them without repercussions.