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Titre: Le langage cybernétique : une lecture de cybernétique et société : l’usage humain des êtres humains de Norbert Wiener
Auteur(s): Fouomatio Mbogning, Dany Flora
Directeur(s): Minkoulou, Thomas
Mots-clés: Cybernetic
Date de publication: 2022
Editeur: Université de Yaoundé I
Résumé: This research work is about "Cybernetic language: a reading of cybernetics and society, the human use of human beings by Norbert Wiener". Its field of action is that of the vast cybernetic movement and its relationship with man. It is a work of 144 pages divided into three parts, each of which consists of two chapters. More precisely, it is about the advent of the machine, its evolution and its impact on the post-modern society. More clearly, the criticism of the cybernetic movement, the stake being to put in the day the necessity of the rationalization of the scientific prowess as well in their creations as in their uses. In reference to the problem of the nature of human-machine relations in order to see how the cohabitation between these two entities will be possible and especially peaceful in a society under the influence of the relations and the demonstrations of force of AI, the opportunity is offered to consider the following questions: if we have to substitute our language for that of machines, what would remain of the value of the human being as well as the richness of its language? What can cybernetic language do and how far should we let it go? Will we be up to the level of the machines we have deliberately built? What is the relevance of Norbert Wiener's conception of language? In order to overcome this controversy, the use of the historical-critical method is crucial to account not only for the philosophical foundation of the machine-animal conception but also for the Wienerian conception of the machine and the human, the problems of relevance of cybernetic language as well as the liveliness of Norbert Wiener's thought in today's society not being left out. All in all, the main thesis is the following: cybernetic prowess has totally changed the life of man and his way of conceiving the world. Only the non-rationalization of cybernetic ambitions will be able to reverse the trend and create a world in which man, losing his language, passes from the place of uncontested master until now to that of slave of the machine.
Pagination / Nombre de pages: 154
URI/URL: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12177/11344
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