Generally I hate silly hypothetical fictional arguments like the one I'm about to propose, but this one has been bugging me for some reason. Take the movie allspark - it can change machines into robots, but how complex of a machine does it have to be in order to be changed? It seems to me like the only prerequisites (in the movie) are metal, an electronic circuit, and a power source/battery. They say the technology is what makes something able to be changed, but some of the stuff that the allspark animated were fairly simple machines - like the vending machine. A highly complex AI robot made out of a simple 99% mechanical vending machine. Don't you think that a near-godly thing like the allspark wouldn't even need the comparatively simplistic circuitry involved in things like vending machines and cellphones in order to create a highly advanced transforming robot? The existing circuitry would be nothing but chicken scratch compared to what the allspark would have to create. I would think a lump of metal and MAYBE a car battery would be enough for it to work with. Thoughts?