Can a cyborg develop into a robot? So like let's say you've had sex once with a girl. She ends up realizing she doesn't like you and leaves, never see or speak to another woman again. Cyborg clearly but what if you become so socially outcasted and your aging self has brought on a miserable appearance that no woman would touch you with a ten foot pole. I'm guessing in this instance it is so but I'd like to stress the combination of unintentional/incurable ugliness and antisocial behavior, and it's necessity in defining a robot. I'd like to say some people are born anew, that every 15 years or so people change especially from birth to the age of 30. If you weren't a robot for one virtual lifetime you can be in the next. I'd say I was an autistic, antisocial asshole the first 15 years of my life. After that I started to understand that life wasn't meaningless, people aren't all bad, and women don't all hate me. I'll report back when I'm a little farther than 3 years into this lifecycle under the alias "valentine chuckle fuck" but for now I'm doing great and I feel like a new man. Back to my original point I think it is possible for people to change, they do it all the time, it just takes a bit of intelligence, a splash of environmental difference, and maybe a few electrocutions to the temples.