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'''Project Cybersyn''' (English portmanteau of "cybernetic" and "synergy," Spanish name *Cynco* from "Sistema de INformación y COntrol") was an experimental decision support system built by the Allende administration of Chile from 1971-1973.  The system was built on the premise of [[cybernetics]], especially as conceptualized by [[Stafford Beer]] and [[Fernando Flores]].  The system was destroyed in the September 1973 military coup led by Augusto Pinochet.<ref>[https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/04/allende-chile-beer-medina-cybersyn/ The Cybersyn Revolution], Eden Medina, <i>Jacobin</i>, 2016</ref><ref>99 Percent Invisible [https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/project-cybersyn/ Episode 230: Project Cybersyn]</ref>
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'''Project Cybersyn''' (English portmanteau of "cybernetic" and "synergy," Spanish name <i>Cynco</i> from "Sistema de INformación y COntrol") was an experimental decision support system built by the Allende administration of Chile from 1971-1973.  The system was built on the premise of [[cybernetics]], especially as conceptualized by [[Stafford Beer]] and [[Fernando Flores]].  The system was destroyed in the September 1973 military coup led by Augusto Pinochet.<ref>[https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/04/allende-chile-beer-medina-cybersyn/ The Cybersyn Revolution], Eden Medina, <i>Jacobin</i>, 2016</ref><ref>99 Percent Invisible [https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/project-cybersyn/ Episode 230: Project Cybersyn]</ref>
    
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== System ==
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