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Cognitive cybernetics refers to the interdisciplinary study that combines elements of cognitive science and cybernetics. Cybernetics is the study of communication and control in living organisms and machines, emphasizing feedback mechanisms and self-regulation. Cognitive science, on the other hand, is the interdisciplinary study of the mind and its processes, drawing on psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, philosophy, and computer science.

In the context of cognitive cybernetics, the focus is on understanding and modeling the processes of cognition and information processing in both biological systems (such as the human brain) and artificial systems (such as computers and artificial intelligence). The goal is to develop a unified framework that can explain and simulate cognitive processes using principles derived from cybernetics.

Key concepts in cognitive cybernetics include feedback loops, information processing, learning mechanisms, adaptation, and self-regulation. Researchers in this field aim to build models that capture the dynamics of cognitive systems and their interactions with the environment. This interdisciplinary approach allows for a more comprehensive understanding of cognitive phenomena and has implications for fields such as artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, and cognitive psychology.   – A.I.