One of the most inspirational terms in our technology millennium is singularity. e term was originally coined by mathematician John von Neumann in 1958. en, Ray Kurzweil picked it up and made it famous. So, technological singularity is synonymous to human intelligence explosion. Although technological progress has been accelerating, it has been limited by the basic intelligence of the human brain, which has not, according to Paul R. Ehrlich, changed signicantly for millennia. However, with the increasing power of computers and other technologies, it might eventually be possible to build a machine that is more intelligent than humans. e movie Terminator gives us a quasi-realistic scenario how a cyborg (short for cybernetic organism) assassin with his runaway bionic mind was programmed to create havoc and massive destruction. Well, the symmetric warfare between good and evil will resume.