International Association for Cybernetics
Association internationale de cybernétique (AIC)
Asociación Internacional de Cibernética
Internationale Vereinigung für Cybernetik
1957-01-06 Namur Belgium
6 Jan 1957, Namur (Belgium), following 1st International Congress on Cybernetics, 26-29 Jun 1956, Namur (Belgium). Most recent modification to statutes: 5 Feb 1986. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist 2001.
Ensure organized and permanent liaison between research workers in different countries concerned with various sectors of cybernetics; promote development of the science and of its technical applications; disseminate information concerning achievements in this field.
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General Assembly (annual). Administrative Council, consisting of at least 3 members. Assemblies closed; other meetings open.
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