Humans have mastered artificial intelligence which has now long been the norm, with faceless expert systems running or responding to stock markets, logistics systems, consumer behavior prediction, or anything else one could imagine, in addition to good old fashioned humanoid robotic platforms used for combat or assistive positions. Advances in technology have allowed humans the ability to implant and access artificial memory as an extension to the more fallible human brain. The physical human brain becomes the smallest vestigial part of the cybernetic beingís memory and processing subroutines that is now almost entirely composed of artificial enhancements. Reading and copying an artificial memory is simple. And if memory can be copied, it can be transferred, perhaps into a partially or entirely artificial body when the biologic one is beyond repair, or to exceed the limits of a frail flesh body by replacing it with ceramic and steel. But with the ability to modify the extended memory that effectively comprises nearly all of a personality, there is no longer a technical barrier preventing modification to most of that memory, and thus modification to the basic personality. If some, but not all, of the enhanced humanís cybernetic memory is overwritten by those of an artificial intelligence, has AI taken over mastery of a human body? The human mind is still there, not replaced, but also IS the artificial intelligence...