"Cybernetics" comes from the Greek word for helmsman and navigator. The Latin root of the word means governing. Plato used cybernetics to mean 'the Science of Government."
Its modern use is from the great mathematician Norbert Wiener who defined Cybernetics as "the science of communications and control in the animal and the machine." The modern cybernetician, who deals with communications and control systems, often works with computers to create dynamic models of complex systems and builds systems for developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and/or working with Natural Intelligence.
"Architect" means master builder or master mason. Cybernetic-architectural design of the Temple views the Temple as a place for unique communication with the Divine and as a workshop for human redemption on a global scale.