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Editor , Futurist , Information scientist , Producer

Dale Samuel Matthews, American media futurist, information scientist, producer, editor. Achievements include originating the concept of consensual reality and supersaturated communications.

Background

Matthews, Dale Samuel was born on October 30, 1954 in Van Nuys, California, United States. Son of Dale Lionel Mandall and Helen Adeline (Pierce) Matthews.

Education

Associate of Arts cum laude, College Redwoods, California, 1974. Bachelor magna cum laude, San Francisco State University, 1976.

Career

Director, Advanced Projects Neural Network research facility Georgetown University, 1993—1994. With Advanced television Production Oregon State University, Corvallis, since 2004. President Middle East Broadcasters Institute, San Diego.

Founder Executive Briefing Technology Alliance, Interschool television. Speaker in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include originating the concept of consensual reality and supersaturated communications.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Biological Future of Computing, World at Risk-Key Indicators of the Inevitability of Change, Executive Briefing System for the National Science Highway to the White House, New Concepts for a Three-Screen Digital Environment Utilizing Super-Saturated Communications Techniques, High Technology and the Future of Barbados, Say Goodbye to the World As You Know It, Shift Happens-Predicting Tomorrow's Paradigm Challenges, Tools and How They Shape Us, Surfers on the Third Wave. Managing editor Middle East Broadcasters Journal.

Connections

father:
Dale Lionel Mandall Matthews

mother:
Helen Adeline (Pierce) Matthews