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Active Cybernetics Design

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Active Cybernetics Design

Active Cybernetics Design (ACD) is a subdiscipline of engineering design that seeks to develop interactive systems that respond to their environment in a dynamic way. In contrast to passive cybernetics, which attempt to create simple, automatic systems, active cybernetics seeks to develop systems that are more responsive and are capable of sophisticated interaction with their environment. In particular, active cybernetics deals with the development of complex systems such as robots, humanoid robots, and autonomous vehicles, all of which are capable of reacting and responding to their environment in a meaningful way.

In active cybernetics design, the emphasis is on creating systems that are capable of intelligent decision-making, rather than on systems that are simply intended to perform a task. This decision-making is based on an understanding of the environment in w

Angelo Greco

Active Cybernetics Design

Active Cybernetics Design is a creative approach to developing systems, which combine artificial intelligence, software, and hardware to interactively respond to the environment. Good Active Cybernetics Design is rooted in the principles of interactivity, adaptivity, scalability, precision, and mobility. It seeks to create intelligent devices and systems that interact with the environment, sense changes, and provide feedback. Designers should ensure that the system is secure, flexible and can be easily modified over time. The goal is to develop systems that are efficient and reliable with feedback that is meaningful, relevant and efficient.

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Interfaces, Simulation, Machine Learning

Valentina Moretti

Active Cybernetics Design

Active Cybernetics Design is a type of design that focuses on the interaction between human operators, computers, and other physical elements within a system. It seeks to optimize the performance of the system as a whole, and to create efficient feedback loops between the components of the system. In order to make your Active Cybernetics Design better, focus on the overall usability of the system and the interface between the human operator and the computer. Aim to create an intuitive interface that is easy to understand and that effectively communicates with the computer. Additionally, consider the user experience of the system and how to make it more enjoyable. Consider how the system can be tailored to the user, and how to make modifications more accessible and simple. Finally, pay attention to the security of the system, and make sure any potential vulnerabilities are addressed.

Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber-Physical Systems, Robotics, Embedded Systems.

Beatrice Colombo

CITATION : "Beatrice Colombo. 'Active Cybernetics Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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