Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The term technoetic (TNE) was created by Roy Ascott, former president of the Planetary Collegium, during his lifelong work as an artist and theorist in the fields of cybernetics and telematics. Ascott coined the term from a compound of the Greek words Techne and noetikos, and defined it as the quest to understand the effects of technology on consciousness. Technoetics is a syncretic research area linked to the transdisciplinary methodology between art and science. This is rooted in the research of Roy Ascott and the Planetary Collegium, the CAiiA-STAR world-wide research community, the M-Node graduate program and the Leonardo, Journal of Arts, Sciences and Technology. The term appeared for the first time in the Ascott paper: "When the Jaguar lies down with the Lamb: speculations on the post-biological culture", published in Portuguese in 2003.
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