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Cybernetics Society

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Cybernetics Society

The Cybernetics Society is the

  • Cybernetics Society homepage
  • Cambridge Cybernetic Society a related British society.
  • Kybernetes.

External links

  1. ^ The Cybernetics Society: Past Proceedings
  2. ^ List of speakers (1973-2005)
  3. ^ Archives of CYBCOM@HERMES.GWU.EDU
  4. ^ Honorary Fellows of the Society


  • IFSR : They are a member of the International Federation for Systems Research
  • Kybernetes : The Society is working together with the World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics on Kybernetes, The international journal of cybernetics, systems and management sciences.
  • Honorary fellows : Among those awarded by the Cybernetics Society are: Eric Ash, Anthony Stafford Beer, James W. Black, John Carew Eccles, James Lovelock, Roger Penrose and Abdus Salam. [4]
  • Fellows of the Cybernetics Society : Some of the fellows are Ranulph Glanville, Charles Hampden-Turner
  • CYBCOM : CYBCOM is a Cybernetics discussion group.[3]
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