“The term cybernetic refers to a control-and-response mechanism in organisms and some machines.6 A thermostat is a simple example.”
“These include his abiding interest in cybernetic systems and the element of chance in the recording process, famously represented by his Oblique Strategies cards developed with the painter Peter Schmidt.”
“For example, the rapid human advancement in cybernetic technology, at the Southampton University “The Southampton Hand”.”
“His work focuses on the design of systems for the creation, manipulation and performance of simultaneous image and sound, as part of a more general inquiry into the formal language of interactivity, and of nonverbal communications protocols in cybernetic systems.”
“But yesterday's development raises an interesting question: what do you call a cybernetic organism whose cybernetic components are organic?”
“Some have called the cybernetic idea the most important in 2000 years ... since the idea of Jesus Christ.”
“I love the idea of cybernetic implants for style and or profit, love the edgy Corporate-controlled dystopia against/within which the characters can strive.”
“It's about "cybernetic" hearing implants ... directly in your skull.”
“Under such circumstances, might not the fusion represent, in a very real sense, a single organism, a kind of cybernetic “centaur?””
“The automobile may thus be understood as an enhancive extension of the driver's own body, i.e., the driver-automobile "coupled system" yields a kind of cybernetic organism, albeit one that pushes to the limit our pre-theoretic intuitions about where the individual ends and the environment begins.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cybernetic’.
of or relating to electronic communications
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By David Foster Wallace
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