Cybernetics Definition

Cybernetics Definition

Cybernetics is a word coined by group of scientists led by Norbert Wiener and made popular by Wiener’s book of 1948,¬†Cybernetics or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine. Based on the Greek “kybernetes,” meaning steersman or governor, cybernetics is the science or study of control or regulation mechanisms in human and machine systems, including computers.