cybernetics[ sahy-ber-net-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF cybernetics
Synonyms for cybernetics
- artificial intelligence
- automatic technology
- electronic communication
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CYBERNETICS
Cybernetics gained its monopoly by cutting costs of production.
During the indoctrination period you will do a very simple routine job in coordination with the cybernetics machines.
Cybernetics is a combined study of machines and the human nervous system.
Her console's so simple anyone with a basic knowledge of computers and cybernetics could figure her out.
He got interested in neurology from the physics angle toward the end of his life, and contributed a lot to cybernetics.
A cybernetics engineer and machine tender, he was down to ten hours a week of work.
It is not generally known that all the periodical publications for the world were put out by Cybernetics.
Dr. Auerbach was playing around with a chemical approach to cybernetics.
coined 1948 by U.S. mathematician Norbert Wiener (1894-1964) from Greek kybernetes "steersman" (metaphorically "guide, governor") + -ics; perhaps based on 1830s French cybernétique "the art of governing."