technetronic

technetronic

[tek-ni-tron-ik]
adjective
pertaining to or characterized by cultural changes brought about by advances in technology, electronics, and communications: a technetronic era.

Origin:
coinage based on technology and electronic; current from its use in a 1968 article “America in the Technetronic Age” by U.S. political scientist Zbigniew Brzezinski (born 1928)

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