Gives an account of Norbert Wiener’s works and how they influenced the author. The seminal Cybernetics or Control and Communications in the Animal and Machine introduces the scientific world to the notion of cybernetics and indeed, according to the author, split it down the middle. Goes on to describe Wiener’s other major works and the impact they had not only on the author but also on other writers, researchers and scientists. Concludes with a brief description of how the author helped Wiener to arrange a European trip in 1964.
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