Company: Robowatch, LLC
Location: Joliet, IL, United States
Dale Layman has been involved with human rights advocacy since 1999, after reading several scientific articles detailing the invasive progression of technology that is a growing threat to organic life. Concerned with this, Dr. Layman works as an author and speaker to raise awareness of this problem. In order to inform society, he maintains a blog and reports on developments in robotics and artificial intelligence. Over the course of the next few years, Dr. Layman endeavors to make his findings from his research in the field of robotics better known and salient to the public.
Dr. Layman earned a Bachelor of Science in anthropology and zoology from the University of Michigan in 1971. He continued to earn a Master of Science in physiology from the university’s medical school in 1974. From there, he received a Ph.D. in health and safety studies from the University of Illinois in 1986, and in 2003 earned another Ph.D. from the European Academy of Information and World Information Distributed University. His latest degree is a Ph.D. in medicine from WIDU. In addition, he became an educational specialist in physiology and health science from Ball State University in 1979.
In order to keep abreast of advocacy, Dr. Layman maintains affiliation with Human Rights Watch and the Chicago Council of Global Affairs. Robowatch is an international nonprofit group that tracks the growth and development of technology and the negative impact it has and can have on society. In 2003, he wrote the foreword for Stan Gibilisco’s book, “Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics.” He has received such distinctions such as an honoree of the Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian Award, Professional of the Year from Worldwide Branding and a Featured Member on Live365.
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