There was this Major Motion Picture called "Colossus: The Forbin Project" (1970), and this paragraph will be total spoilering of the movie, but the United States (of America) built a Supercomputer with a mind of its own, and it got into some hardcore Planetary Urban Renewal, and it wasn't pretty, man. It starred Eric Braeden (who currently portrays Victor Newman on "The Young and The Restless") as the titular Project guy, and he made this computer to Defend America, of course, but then shit got weird and Colossus was telling the People of Earth they needed to move everybody off the Greek island of Crete so it could build a better computer station for itself, and if the Cretans didn't move, the Supercomputer would just kill everybody and then go ahead and do what it wanted. The movie is kinda Vintage, and right now if anybody told Greece that a world-controlling sentient Supercomputer wanted to use the isle of Crete for an office, the reaction might be kinda positive, economy-wise, but also a bunch of Cretans might be like, "Hey, we live here, man, go build your world-controlling substation someplace else, this is our neighborhood and stuff," right? The idea back then in the movie, in 1970, was this is nuts, to displace all these people for Progress, just because a computer that's smarter than all the People of Earth combined thinks it's a good idea. I forget if there was a Happy Ending, I mean, it mighta been a Happy Ending for Supercomputers, you know?