It is been a while since my last thread, and today I would like your opinion about how dangerous would it be to implant nanobots inside the body. The nanomachines could do miracles. They could repair DNA and cells, cure cancer, boost the immune system, permorm genetic engineering, change physical features, gather stem cellls for other uses, control colestherol and glucose levels, reverse aging, enhance mental and physical skills, among many other things.
But I also think that many people would be afraid of the idea of having nanoscale robots inside them. There is another thread about fully immersive virtual reality which WJFOX said that the nanobots could destroy a person's brain. I don't think so because the nanobots themselves would be extremely small and therefore have relatively low functionality. Moreover, the nanobots could not take decisions by their own due to their size and individual computing power, they would have to be controlled somehow, either by computer programs or neural commands or something else. Because of this, I really doubt that medical nanobots would ever be that dangerous.