From Ancient Greek κυβερνητικός (kybernētikos, “good at steering, good pilot”), from κυβερνητική τέχνη (kybernētikē technē, “the pilot’s art”), from Ancient Greek κυβερνισμός (kybernismos), κυβέρνησις (kybernēsis, “steering, pilotage, guiding”), from κυβερνάω (kybernaō, “to steer, to drive, to guide, to act as a pilot”). The term first recorded in English in 1948.
cybernetic (comparative more cybernetic, superlative most cybernetic)
- Of or relating to cybernetics—the mathematical study of communication and control in the animal and the machine.
- Of or relating to computers and internet.
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relating to the mathematical study of control
relating to computers and Internet
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