I would like to know what is the state of the art.
There are several approaches in epistemology, from the various variants of positivism, to pragmatism, and many others.
In cybernetics a system creates a model of the world and this model is updated based on the information collected by the system. To obtain more information, actions may be performed.
A very simple model (maybe the most simple one) would be the one proposed for artificial curiosity.
I would like to know whether this has been studied and what is the current state of the art wrt the implications of cybernetics to
The type of questions I would like to address are:
- Could cybernetics be a "better" method than the scientific method? Under which assumptions?
- Could this be defined as something more general than the scientific method?
- What kind of knowledge can we get by applying the principles of cybernetics?
- Which are the limitations of these principles?
- How is it compared with other methods?
Please remember I am not asking these questions, these are examples of the questions that the references I'm searching for should address.