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“Kuberneto ” is considered a cybernetic sculpture, which is based on the four main elements.
What is Cybernetics?
The term ‘cybernetics’ refers to a number of related developments in science and mathematics, involving a range of fields and techniques which overlap each other in different ways. These overlapping areas consist of automata theory, computer science, artificial intelligence, automation, and cybernation. The development of cybernetics began with the processing of information being reduced to a mathematical form in order to solve problems. It was then used to control mechanisms, machines capable of self-adaptation. Cybernetics is an interdisciplinary field was in part concerned with controlling the transmission of information, which developed during the 1950s and 60s.
What is the purpose of Cybernetics?
Cybernetics was born as a sharp contrast with traditional cause and effect science and became a new scientific paradigm, where the observer decides “the system” he is observing. Feedback plays a crucial role in the identification of dynamic systems where circular causality is the key to its evolution.
The American mathematician Norbert Wiener introduced a new field to the world of science called “cybernetics”. Norbert Wiener was the main figure among his colleagues responsible for the transformation of negative feedback from a technique used to control mechanical devices into a powerful conceptual tool, of general application, having to do with the organization of behavior.
Cybernetics is concerned with immaterial elements such as ‘bits’ of information and focuses on the notion of control. In 1948 Weiner published his first book ‘Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine’. His works discuss developments in science and technology relating to information and communication theory. His works caused a shift in several majors, which developed a systemic relationship between information and communication.