I don't know if phrase translation requests are on-topic but I would really like to know is there's a way to convey this meaning in Latin:
"You can't automatize a mess" or "Disorder cannot be automatized".
This mean that in order to automatize a process you should first bring order to said process, otherwise you wouldn't have clear rules for an automaton/machine/software to perform tasks.
I know the verb automatize is modern but the word automaton is not. That may be of help. I would prefer the Latin equivalent to mess since it has the informal spirit of the original phrase.
In the worst case scenario an equivalent known proverb that conveys the same meaning could be useful.