The technological singularity is the time after which computers will replace people in most of the thinking and planning for the world. Humans evolved instinctive intuition where a human sometimes makes a decision in a new situation where there wasn't a strategy for predicting that they would make that decision in that situation based on the decisions they made in the past, and that intuition tends to be very similar to that of other people because of natural selection. One problem with letting computers take over the thinking and planning for the world is that they can't be programmed to make an unusual decision in a new situation that most humans would make. Therefore, once enough time after the singularity goes by, a robot will take on a judge position but because it's not a human, it will misrepresent the opinion a human would have had if they had had the same training to be a judge instead. Another problem with allowing computers to take over all the thinking and planning of the world is that they might work in governments but misrepresent which problems a human government would have decided was worth creating with some people to fix another problem with other people, such as what minimum wage should be. Finally another problem with computers taking over all our thinking and planning is that a computer can't convince somebody that there exists a proof that an algorithm will never halt. There's no problem with increasing technology to allow computers to do more and more thinking and find a way to make a change to the world humans asked for. The problem is only removing humans from the thinking and planning as a result of it and allowing robots to offer an opinion about the way the world works and guess what humans would have wanted based on intuition in a very complex situation that's too much information for humans to be capable of learning. Even worse would be if humans got into the habit of trusting the opinions of robots and that resulted in a human wanting a certain aspect of the world to be true not realizing that it's because the robot acted like it wanted it that the human felt like it was reasonable and wanted it, and that will result in robots slowly deforming human intuition over the generations until humans have an intuition very different than it would have been if the thinking and planning were left to humans.