You may not remember, but Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was pretty concerned about robots just a few months ago.
And we don't blame you, Woz - most of us are learning skills that will make us indispensable to our robot masters while dealing with persistent night terrors.
But hang on just a second, because it appears he's actually backtracked on his initial thoughts in an interview with Business Insider
He said: "I totally reversed myself for a lot of reasons. Moore's law isn't going to make those machines smart enough to think really the way a human does.
"When machines can out-think humans, they can't be as intuitive and say what will I do next and what is an approach that might get me there. They can't figure out those sorts of things."
Now, we know what you're thinking, and yes, it appears as if the robots have somehow managed to get to Woz and convince him they're not in the early stages of a world takeover.
With the smart men and women of Silicon Valley inexplicably trying their best to make bots as smart as possible, too, we imagine it's only a matter of time before the problem broadens.
"These machines might become independent thinkers," Woz added. "But if they do, they're going to be partners of humans over all other species just forever."
Partners. Forever. Yes, you read that right.
Now, once you've managed to fully grasp this chilling news, join the rest of us in a quiet corner and wait for this alleged robot marriage to begin.