noun, plural tech·noc·ra·cies for 2, 3.
Examples from the Web for technocracy
The benefit of technocracy is that it avoids the petty mercenary self-interest of industry players.
Their shared faith in technocracy is not the only reason for that.
Last moment arrival of material from various authors thrust the Technocracy article out of this issue.
But recently, awakening from the profound inactivity of spring fever, your editor became interested in Technocracy.
When you write an introductory article to a generally new audience on Technocracy, you have to start from the ground up.
Unreflected celebration of technocracy as the sole agent of change must be treated with the same suspicion as its demonization.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
We will, tho, in the Winter Edition, give you a few facts and predictions made by Technocracy.
British Dictionary definitions for technocracy
noun plural -cies
Derived Formstechnocrat (ˈtɛknəˌkræt), nountechnocratic, adjective
Culture definitions for technocracy (1 of 2)
A type of society marked by the dominant role of people with specialized technical skills, particularly engineers.
Culture definitions for technocracy (2 of 2)
The control of government and society by people with technical skills, especially engineers.