I thought of building a human cyborg where the programming is done like a robot but it has human organs and cells and grows just like a human does. This involves quite a bit of typing for certain organs like the heart. The program says to me in a female voice "Select cyborg" and I select human. The program then says "Connect cyborg to computer to continue" and I do so. The program then says "Select organ" and I select the heart first. I then program the heart like this: SA node: Keep the atria pumping AV node: Keep the ventricles pumping Bundle of His/Purkinje Fibers: Send signal from AV node to ventricles Right Atrium: Pump deoxygenated blood into the right ventricle Right Ventricle: Pump deoxygenated blood into the pulmonary artery Left Atrium: Pump oxygenated blood into the left ventricle Left Ventricle: Pump oxygenated blood into the aorta end Then the program says "That looks to me like a normal heart." I then select another organ, say the stomach and before it lets me program that organ it asks me "Do you want to transfer this from the computer to the cyborg's brain?" and I select yes. I do this on and on and when I get to the muscular system I can not only program individual muscles but also program different combinations of muscles to move in a certain sequence to do something such as walk or run or throw a ball. Now this does not mean that it has automatically learned it when it comes to these voluntary muscles. But unlike all other humans it will take a much shorter time to learn how to use these muscles making it less prone to muscle and bone injuries. But how will the cyborg's brain know which neurons to send a signal through for something like raising heart rate if I just transfer it all to the cyborg's brain in words? I mean lots of nerves travel to the heart, all doing different things to the heart in different scenarios like telling it to raise Heart Rate, lower heart rate, raise blood pressure, lower blood pressure and so on.