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cybernetic revolution: thought and control in man and machine

Milton A. Rothman

cybernetic revolution: thought and control in man and machine

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Published by Collins, Franklin Watts in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cybernetics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Milton A. Rothman.
    SeriesInternational library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ310 .R67
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5709817M
    ISBN 100001001272
    LC Control Number70185691


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Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine is a book written by Norbert Wiener and published in It is the first public usage of the term "cybernetics" to refer to self-regulating book laid the theoretical foundation for servomechanisms (whether electrical, mechanical or hydraulic), automatic navigation, analog computing, artificial intelligence.

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In giving the definition of Cybernetics in the original book, I classed communication and control together. Why did I do this. When I SOURCE: Wiener, N. The human use of human beings: Cybernetics and society (pp.

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Summing up Shannon’s contribution, Pierce noted that Shannon had changed communication theory from guess work to science.

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First, Wiener’s popular book, God and Golem, was widely read and reviewed. The book outlined some provocative implications of cybernetics for religion, including one that as humans made a learning (cybernetic) machine, they became equivalent to God.

Second, from the late s,File Size: KB. 3 Philosophical Implications of Cybernetics. The philosophical positioning of cybernetics was never clearly delineated. While explaining the place of his new field within the intellectual history, Wiener mentioned Leibniz, as well as Augustine and the Manicheans, 46 but he was never particularly interested in the consequences of the emergence of cybernetics for contemporary philosophy.

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