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Integration of Cognitive Cybernetics into Intelligent Human Systems

  • Zdenko BalažEmail author
  • Davor Predavec
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 722)

Abstract

Nowadays, intelligent technologies preoccupy humanity in already congested information space with millions of characters and messages. Their interactivity is superimposed with intelligent systems as persuasiveness. The cognitive dimension as a dominant function of the mind and self-consciousness questions what is happening with the anthropological horizon of a man who disappears within such intelligent human system environment? Development of intelligent technologies firstly focused on the application in technical fields of science has now transcended to all spheres of the modern human life. Questions and doubts that arise from such a reality are presented in this paper with the emphasis that help from cognitive cybernetics is needed in solving latter issues.

Keywords

Cognitive cybernetics Human factors Captology Modern life 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Zagreb University of Applied SciencesZagrebCroatia

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