Definition of cybernetician in English:


Pronunciation /-nəˈtiSHən/


See cybernetics

‘I believe that the cyberneticians anticipated the present day from three decades ago, but because of social dynamics they didn't communicate their ideas and have them artistically bound.’
  • ‘By laying the basis for a perfect power structure, the cyberneticians will only stimulate the perfection of its refusal.’
  • ‘Very briefly, cyberneticians studied the nervous system in order to understand human cognition.’
  • ‘Hence, I do consider myself a cybernetician, because I believe I have come to adopt a cybernetic way of thinking.’
  • ‘I was the only cybernetician in sub-zero weather in possession of both hat and gloves.’