In today's research area it is extremely important to assemble nanomaterials into electric devices at the nanoscale level due to the rapid expansion of nanotechnology in various fields. Designing a nanohybrid composed of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and red-emitting carbon dots (CDs) can be used to develop a fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) based logic gate that can respond to multiple input parameters. The AuNPs are conjugated to CDs surfaces through a strong covalent linkage between them. These fluorescence lifetimes-based logic gates could be the new way to overcome the limitation of fluorescence intensity-based logic gates. The Au-CDs nanohybrid shows significant fluorescence quenching of pristine CDs after conjugation of gold nanoparticles. This quenched fluorescence can be recovered back by using a proper recovering agent giving us a reversible logic output. This nanohybrid can be used to construct complex logic functions as the fluorescence logic output is independent of concentration and excitation source.