No, or at least not likely. It seems that the major arc of the film is more about the battle between Order (aka Clu's perfection) and Chaos, a well know trope
The Tron world is a world of metaphor where beings represent symbols. Clu represents Order whereas Quorra, as well as being the love interest in the film, also represents Chaos. Her explosive entry to the arena and subsequent destruction of the light cycle game signal this very well.
So, by extension, the ISOs, of which Quorra is the only representative shown in any detail, are a chaotic element in the ordered world of the grid. They spontaneously arose from chaos (note their appearance from the rocky 'wilds' in Flynn's expository flashback) and destroyed by clu in his enforcement of order.
This cycle bears little, if any, relation to the anthropic principle. It may be that their appearance out of nothing is more likely to be an expression of the idea of Spontaneous Generation