JOLIET, Ill., Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Honorable Dr. Dale Pierre Layman, President and Founder of Robowatch, LLC, has been selected as an Executive of the Year Member with a 2016 Excellence Award through WDMagazine. He was recently featured in the December 2015 edition of 'Top 100 Industry Experts' Magazine and will be featured again in 2016 as an Honorable Member and supporter of WDMagazine. The magazine is proud to work with and create a platform for a dedicated professional.
Dr. Layman is being recognized by WD Magazine for his commitment to helping others and educating men and women. As the Creator and Leader of, "The Anti-Robotic Counter-Revolution." (This new, Worldwide Human Rights Movement exactly opposes the recently-declared, so-called, "Robot Revolution.") Dr. Layman has continued to inspire us with his passion for research and his philanthropic approach to young professionals.
Headquartered just 40 miles south of Chicago in Joliet, Illinois, Dr. Layman first began investigating robots and artificial intelligence quite by accident, in 1997. This happened while he was doing library research for writing a proposal for a new Human Anatomy & Physiology textbook. He is the author of 6 books; two textbooks, and four trade books. The former Life Sciences Professor repeatedly encountered discussions of computers and robots, which, just like the Human Body, are a manifestation of The Great Cosmic Order. This surprise discovery, combined with terrifying statements from certain roboticists about human beings becoming cyborgs, has led him to a profound and lasting interest in revealing the Grave Future Dangers posed by robots, cyborgs/Transhumanists, and A.I. (Artificial Intelligence).
"As the leader of Robowatch, I strongly feel that I am being spiritually summoned to perform a special mission," Dr. Layman sincerely revealed to the world. "It is not just a job. I firmly believe that I am being called by God as His foolish and humble 'knowledge servant' to at least try to save mankind."
For this reason, Dr. Layman likes to refer to his spiritual self by the nickname 'Poor Dad'. His spiritual self ("Poor Dad") has repeatedly confessed that, "My heart, it is breaking! And my soul, it is aching! For I have forseen the end of mankind!" Talked about in an intense one on one interview. www.youtube.com/daleplayman
Dr. Layman's six published books all apply the unique educational principle that he invented and named, 'Compu-Think'. Compu-Think is a contraction that means 'Computer-like' ways or modes of human 'thinking'. (Compu-Think was formally defined by Dr. Layman in the Foreword he wrote for the book, 'Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics', written by Stan Gibilisco, 2003). Compu-Think asks us to consider this important question: Can we learn to think or at least process information somewhat like computers do, but without always having to actually USE computers? Dr. Layman posits that Compu-Think could help us reduce our modern tendency towards hypercomputerization, an excessive use of computers. Dr. Layman strongly suspects that this widespread overuse of computers is creating a new form of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Dr. Layman has characterized this strange new form of OCD as an almost completely-unrecognized behavioral addiction. He has given this strange new disease (that he was the first to discover) the new clinical name of 'psychosomatic technophilia'. This word literally translates to mean 'an abnormal love or attraction' (-philia) for 'technology' (techn), that replaces the human 'body' (somat) and 'mind' (psych).
Robowatch is an international human rights advocacy group whose main purpose is to keep a watchful eye on the ever-faster, apparently unstoppable developments occurring in the fields of robotics, computing, and artificial intelligence.
Dr. Layman holds an AS in Life Science from Lake Michigan College, a BS with Distinction in Anthropology-Zoology from the University of Michigan, an MS in Physiology from the University of Michigan Medical School, and an EdS (Educational Specialist) degree in Physiology and Health Science from Ball State University. His first PhD was in Health and Safety Studies at the University of Illinois. His second PhD, along with a Grand PhD in Medicine, were granted by the Academie Europeenne D' Informatisation and the World Information Distributed University (Brussels, Belgium, 2003).
Dr. Layman is internationally unique. He was recognized in 2003 by a Grand Doctoral Committee, affiliated with the UN, who granted him, 'The First Grand Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine for the United States'. He was formally recognized by the Committee as follows: "He is a celebrated scientist, splendid pedagogue and bearer of genuine American Culture. He has a deep knowledge in many fields of science, technology, the humanities and religion. He has a fundamental preparedness to train experts to solve Global Problems. He was the first, who has strictly formulated the global problem: From Homo Sapiens to Robo Sapiens, and he has grounded a danger of this potentially irreversible process to Natural Man."
This newly-arising global problem of the appearance of Robo sapiens (essentially a new cyborgean or Transhumanist, Man-Machine species), was strongly reinforced by an article published in June 2005, by 'MAXIM' magazine. The article was entitled, 'Unpopular Mechanics'. Its subtitle was as follows: "Dr. Dale Layman runs 'human rights' Web site robowatch.org. And he could be the only thing standing between us and the reign of the terminators."
Dr. Layman is a member of numerous organizations. He is a Partner for Justice in Human Rights Watch and a member of The President's Council (Silver Level) in The Chicago Council on Global Affairs (a Top-9-rated Global Think-Tank). Dr. Layman is also the recipient of many dozens of awards and accolades for his lifetime of hard, frustrating struggle and seemingly hopeless, saving work.
Dr. Layman wishes us to see him for what he really is, God's poor fool, down on his knees, begging us to listen. This stark scene was vividly depicted near the dramatic climax of his latest video, 'Dr. Layman Death Clock Ticking': "Save us!" the Good Doctor ("Poor Dad") hoarsely begs us to help him save mankind before it is too late. Women of Distinction thank him for his service to mankind.
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SOURCE Women of Distinction Magazine