A term coined by Norbert Wiener to describe the "science of control and communication in animals and machines." Cybernetics is based on the theory that intelligent living beings adapt to their environments and accomplish objectives primarily by reacting to feedback from their surroundings.

Articles on that refer to Cybernetics

How Fast, How Small and How Powerful? Moore's Law and the Ultimate Laptop By Seth Lloyd
The Age Intelligent Machines, Chapter Six: Electronic Roots By Ray Kurzweil
Consciousness is a Big Suitcase By Marvin Minsky
The Age of Intelligent Machines: Footnotes By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Timeline By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Glossary By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Intelligent Machines: Chronology By Ray Kurzweil
Singularities and Nightmares By David Brin
The Age of Intelligent Machines: A Personal Postscript By Ray Kurzweil
Bioconvergence: Progenitor of the Nanotechnology Age By Charles Ostman

News Articles that refer to Cybernetics

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State of the art in nanomedicine and telemedicine to be explored at Quebec conference
Do computers understand art?
Man Infects Himself with (Computer) Virus