- In 1949, He Imagined an Age of Robots, John Markoff, New York Times previously unpublished article, 20 May 2013. Wiener concludes: “In short, it is only a humanity which is capable of awe, which will also be capable of controlling the new potentials which we are opening for ourselves. We can be humble and live a good life with the aid of the machines, or we can be arrogant and die.”
- Brilliant Mathematician Norbert Wiener Described the Robo-Apocalypse in 1949, Meghan Neal, May 2013
- Were the Luddites Right? Smart machines and the prospect of technological unemployment, Ronald Bailey, May 2013
- Synopsis: Power Falls in Sync, 9 August 2012
- Friedrich Cerha: Spiegel, Liam Cagney, 26 June 2012
- What is it for? How the 20th century influenced the evolution of science,book review, 16 June 2012
- Sotheby’s to auction off JTA-Albert Einstein letters, 4 June 2012
- Peripheral visionaries who can inspire your marketing strategy, Richard Madden, 3 May 2012
- ‘The Kuramoto Model (1000 Fireflies)’ To Coordinate Citywide Synchronized LED Light Network Via Bicycle, Priscilla Frank, 21 May 2012
- IU East appoints interim Chancellor, 18 May 2012,
- We are strong: Only insofar as we take advantage of our innate abilities and build smarter tools Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, Natasha Vita-More, 4 April 2012
- Malthus and Darwin, the population boon Prof. Philip E. Auerswald, 22 April 2012, Global Research
- Turing’s Cathedral by George Dyson – review, Evgeny Morozov, The Observer, Sunday 25 March 2012
- Penn’s 2012 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients, March 20, 2012, Volume 58, No. 26
- Metal, code, flesh: Why we need a ‘Rights of the Internet’ declaration, Nicolás Mendoza, 15 Feb 2012
- Huffington Post, 20 Jan 2012: Globalization 2.0: China’s Parallel Internet
- The Observer, 8 Jan 2012: John Brockman: the man who runs the world’s smartest website
- Scientific American, 15 Dec 2011: I Heard You Like Feedback Loops
- Sowetan, 14 Oct 2011: Media freedom a prop for democracy
September 26th: Norbert Wiener, Vlogbrother John talking enthusiastically about a reading room named after Wiener at a hotel near MIT.
Information wants to be free: Norbert Wiener and AT&T. Adrian Johns from the University of Chicago, author of Piracy – The Intellectual Property Wars from Gutenberg to Gates, speaking about Norbert Wiener’s experience with patents and AT&T.
Cybernetics.mov, a summary of Wiener’s ideas with relevant footage.
Norbert Wiener Quotes, a small selection of interesting quotes.
Mathematician’s shelter, a design concept based on Wiener’s holiday cabin (even has a blackboard).