The Principia Cybernetica Web site
includes sections on cybernetics & systems theory and their integration. The site includes lists of basic books and papers on cybernetics and systems science, as well as groups and societies dealing with cybernetics
and systems science. Also provided is a hypertext glossary of terms and links to other web pages on related topics.
This article gives Paul Pangaro's definition of cybernetics, as well as how it differs from AI (artificial intelligence). Additional articles and presentations about cybernetics are available on the home page of Pangaro Incorporated, www.pangaro.com.
Volume 4 no. 2 of the
Stanford Electronic Humanities Review was devoted to a discussion of Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities. There are several articles of interest here, including pieces by Douglas Hofstadter, author of the
Pulitzer Prize-winner Goedel, Escher, Bach, and three articles involving famous cyberneticist Heinz von Foerster, including a discussion of ethics and second-order cybernetics (the application of cybernetic principles
to cybernetics itself) and an interview with him.
A journal on second-order cybernetics - the application of cybernetic principles to cybernetics
itself - and cyber-semeiotics. Features an index, complete articles from the journal, subscription information, and links to related sites (at this writing, the links page is still incomplete).
Al Roth is a professor of economics and business at Harvard Business School. His site includes historical and applications information, including about the matching system for kidney donors and patients that he helped design.