"Cybernetic communism" is a gigatnic oxymoron. The point of communism is that class consciousness becomes the new constitution of the economy rather than the exploitation of price differentials (which are already a cybernetic concept when conceptualized in terms of classic [equilibrium-based] economics.) In other words, a communist revolution must be a fundamentally unforeseeable shift in social ontology.
Not even sure if I buy into the idea, but that's what it is: a conceptual revolution that permeates all the way to the flesh. Don't get it twisted with this more-rational-than-though command economics claptrap.