My question might spark a fair amount of discussion, however I think it could be a simple discussion.
Will future computer scientists slowly attain ideas and concepts from a much more rounded field (cybernetics) but still claim it is comp-sci domain? will cybernetics (as a philosophy, not cyborg creation) slowly become a smaller field within another field? Or will eventually cybernetics be the backbone for every engineer wanting to design a system, of any kind? I'm new to engineering and have been an arm-chair philosopher for a while. I will edit my question if it is too vague.
An underlying question needing an answer would be:
"would studying cybernetics aid engineers/designers in in their approach to creating better systems? Cybernetics seems swept under the rug, it is thought of as 'people who make cyborgs', but if I were to enter into deeper studies, would it benefit me in my engineering future"?.