It might not break the laws of physics, but that doesn’t make it feasible.
Understanding this threat requires that one comprehend the differing natures between man and machine, a difference far more profound than the distinction between “wetware” and “hardware”. The reasoning processes are utterly dissimilar and incompatible; the former must dominate the latter, otherwise disaster will ensue. A man who is controlled by his machine is no man at all.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is nothing but the pre-sexual fantasies of a man with arrested development; a boy who’s afraid of growing up, a boy who hates his father.