The evolving model of communication in sociotechnical systems

AI and Society 6 (3):221-231 (1992)

Reflection on the natural/artificial, real/imaginary, subjective/objective dicotomies is increasingly the subject of debate on systems of communication, which make more and more widespread use of expert and/or intelligent advanced technologies.This paper analyses different forms of communication operating in a socio-technical system. The analysis is concerned with changes in creativity and participation of the human being in the decision and production processes within various contexts of social life. It is thus important to verify the possibility of an interpolation between vital world, social system, and information technologies in order to understand a possible interrelation between therational and therelational components in the presentsocio-technical system
Keywords Social complexity  Artificial communication  Creativity  Selectivity  New technologies
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DOI 10.1007/BF02472795
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