Some of the reasoning you have in play there, seems - on the face of things anyway - problematic. Cybernetics, when it first came out, had the new distinctiveness on its own terms, yes, but well below any 'stand alone' standard. It did not stand on its own in terms of new value. But it was an excellent illustration, for the 1950's audience, of the possibilities in the 'shape of things to come'. In that co-dependent combination cybernetics was a development with a degree of historical import.
But not on its own. Cybernetics didn't really bring any new discoveries. It was a vision for not how the sciences would be reformed and CORRECTED in the scientific sense of DISCOVERY. Cybernetics made no predictions and moreover, within itself had no theoretical breakthroughs capable of seeding predictions and discoveries in the future. Cybernetics was a vision for how the sciences could be integrated and their developments synchronized with a vision for how, from this the forces of discovery would generate, driving emergent processes that would up-level via "meta stasis transition" events transforming syncronicity to orchestration, to Beethoven's catch 22nd.
It was a vision, and in the 1950's it seemed like it had to be amazingly true. But it did not contain anything genuinely new; it didn't advance our understanding. It deserved the meteoric rise it got for being avante garde for the main part of the population. Not, though for the thousands of brilliant scientific personnel returning to civilian life after orchestrating a sycrhonized strategy replete with brilliant invention and discovery, to run a world war.
Your average Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP package of the 1990's, basically supply chain management with clever would make cybernetics look like a shaggy dog story.
So summing up in brief, you've got this cybernetics thing that would add value to quantum solutions by matching all the states.
But the challenge in QM is understanding and getting better theory and control of ....states.
Which cybernetics would totally do for you, once the states and the theoretical and empirical work is all concluded susccessfully for states that can be controlled.
Once that is in the bag, cybernetics can be the thing that implements by matching all the states and controlling the states by incorporating theory and technology that you are going to discover in the future.
But cybernetics doesn't add value to the challenge of discovery. And for that reason it's a passive player, and nothing is different than if you didn't mention it at all. The scientific problem is just the same. Samsung will build you a control system when the heavy lifting is done. Sorry to be so negative...but there it is.