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(biology) the field of science concerned with processes of communication and control (especially the comparison of these processes in biological and artificial systems)

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The useful science of organization [20] of cybernetic is the ability of helming and conducting or the ability of managing (Ru2010) in this research, cybernetic science emphasizes the communication and control with using systemic thinking in such a system, the communication and control necessitate the maintaining the balance of system.
Chapter Six: The Ethics of Epistemology: The Work of the Constructivist and Cybernetician Heinz von Foerster, From the Vienna Circle to the Cybernetic Circle
The series will present cross-disciplinary theoretical and applied research centering on cybernetic and systems methodology that address questions conventional science cannot.
The 2045 team is working towards creating an international research center where leading scientists will be engaged in research and development in the fields of anthropomorphic robotics, living systems modeling and brain and consciousness modeling with the goal of transferring one's individual consciousness to an artificial carrier and achieving cybernetic immortality," Itskov's official site said.
Colloquy was a "socially oriented, reactive and adaptive environment," in which five large, suspended cybernetic mobiles tried to communicate with one another.
Posthuman Metamorphosis" serves as a dual examination and discussion of both fiction and reality, looking at the ethical problems that come with the advancement of cybernetic technologies.
Most theorists locate the cyborg (short for cybernetic organism and intended to denote a mixture of human and machine) firmly within the landscape of postmodernism, but this does an injustice to history, averts Muri (English, U.
They must also stop a victim of cybernetic experimentation who is on a murderous rampage because of a wire in his brain that simulates sexual pleasure when he kills.
Martin reveals through analyses of the work of cybernetic theorists like Norbert Wiener, the theoretical considerations of the image in the work of Gyorgy Kepes, and the sociological discussions surrounding corporate organization and work, the important ways in which these discourses influenced and in turn were influenced by the architecture of Saarinen and SOM.
Kristanna Loken went from upstate New York farm girl to playing a cybernetic killing machine in ``Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,'' which opened Wednesday.
Cybertop is a cool cybernetic mouse who is the only one capable of standing up to the evil Cattlviruses.
He already had a computer consultancy business, called Cybernetic Solutions, up and running and was able to use profits from the firm to set up Student-net which employs 20 people and gets more than 22,000 hits a week.
The author encounters common cybernetic setbacks (cat spray in the hard drive) as well as welcome convenience.
During the last few years, they note, electronic "viruses" and other cybernetic "bugs" designed by computer vandals have infected computer networks, perpetrating electronic mischief ranging from intermittent typographic graffiti to obliteration of sensitive data.
Delaney addresses many aspects of high technology, especially how it is leading to a "Beyond Darwin World" in which human beings assume control of their own evolution and, through the widespread use of cybernetic prosthetics, attain supra-human powers.