From time to time I run across a question like this one1 where it appears the OP hasn't taken the time to think about what kind of answer he/she is looking for.
It's not uncommon for these questions to take the form of "How would I change X, which we don't understand today, to achieve Y?" The answers seem to fall into one of two categories. Either (a) they're all over the map, suggesting the question is intrinsically primarily opinion-based (POB) or (b) they reflect common Sci-Fi tropes (inevitably genetic engineering, nanites, or cybernetics) because nobody actually knows how "X" works and so we're providing glossed-over, regularly predictable answers for "Y."
It could be said that the questions are simply poorly scoped — but that's reflected in what appears to me that the OP doesn't actually know what it is they're looking for. I'm certain they want an answer to their question, I'm simply not convinced they understand their own question.
Consequently, I consider questions like this "what do you expect?" poor questions because I believe the answers will be trite and the results of asking the question of low quality. In other words, the OP didn't think through their question well enough to realize what would happen wouldn't line up with what they were expecting.
What does the community recommend for answering or dealing with questions like these? Is it enough to declare them POB (which might be the case) or "unclear" (which is often the case)? Or is there some clear direction we can offer OPs to help them realize they've asked a question that won't get them the results they were expecting?
1 This is merely an example.2 This post is not about just that question.
2 I haven't taken the time to hunt down more examples because these don't fit an obvious, searchable pattern, other than to lead me to ask the question, "you want to know what?" I'll hunt and peck to find some more, there have been several in the last few weeks, but it'll take time.