In 2040, the robot crime rate will be more than the majority of people into the main body of crime experts warned that by the year 2040, the crime rate will exceed the human robot, the main body of most crimes. Sina Technology News Beijing on September 13th news, according to foreign media reports, with the progress and development of science and technology, more and more robots in the field of industry to replace the human post. In recent years, science fiction film, many robots are more intelligent and powerful, such as "Robocop", "terminator", "robot" etc.. The development trend of robots has attracted the attention of human beings. London, the famous advisory body of the future laboratory experts believe that by 2040, the crime rate will exceed the human robot, the main body of most crimes. The future laboratory chief strategy and Innovation Officer Tracey Flores said, "a few years ago futurists have predicted ‘lone wolf’ type attack will increase sharply. If the robot once ‘hijack’ became the Dutch act bombing, the consequences will be unbearable to contemplate. A single robot ‘lone wolf’ type of terrorist attacks will be more and more common." Tracey believes that artificial intelligence and machine learning technology will help the robot has the ability to automatically programming and criminal behavior. "I predict that by 2040, the rate of crime will exceed that of humans." Experts believe that in the future there will be more and more robots to replace people’s jobs. Once the robot is out of control or the program is tampered with, they can cause more trouble. In fact, not only is the special robot experts claim to commit the crime, criminals are out of control or control of unmanned vehicles or drones may also bring harm, especially by criminals hijacked or reprogrammed case. Senior Consultant of Crime Agency and the future of the European cybercrime centre as Britain’s national security department, Intel EMEA chief technology officer Raja Saman Ni said, "one day, we may even their cars are not driving, you must first pay a ransom to the criminals can. The day will come sooner or later, it’s only a matter of time." 2016, the National Crime Bureau released a report shows that cybercrime is on the rise, cybercrime cases accounted for 53% of total cases in 2015. Driverless cars or drones are likely to be hijacked by hackers. Senior members of NATO members recently held a meeting in Belgium to discuss how to better respond to cyber attacks and hackers. If these problems are not resolved, it may be more lethal than traditional military attacks. (bin)