Meaning of cyberneticist in English:

cyberneticist

Pronunciation /sʌɪbəˈnɛtɪsɪst/

noun

See cybernetics

‘It focuses on the literary discussions of artificial intelligence and the appreciation of this science in fiction over the years, from the Romantics to the cyberneticists.’
  • ‘So from my position as a cyberneticist I have always been (I hope) extremely tolerant of people when they act as they inevitably will in the context in which they find themselves.’
  • ‘A sociologist, a cyberneticist, or indeed an anthropologist would have been equally out of place at that recent art historical conference on medium.’
  • ‘British cyberneticist Kevin Warwick, for one, is confident that super-smart Sonny-style robots will exist within the next few decades.’