Bart Kemper

Bart Kemper

     Scientist / Author


Bart is an inventor, soldier, engineer, writer, and photographer. He is active in mechanical, product development, subsea, military, and forensic engineering. P is for Plenty except when it is not.

Scheduled Programming Events Featuring Bart Kemper

Day Time Name of Event
Fri 01:00PM Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Future of Work

Rich Weyand (Mod.) The Machine Intelligence Research Institute gives it even odds that all jobs will be done by robots in the not too distant future. PricewaterhouseCoopper has an estimate that 38% of all jobs currently done by people will be done by robots or AIs. So what does a society look like when few people are actually needed to do work?

Fri 05:00PM Opening Ceremonies

Opportunity to meet the LibertyCon Guests and Staff

Event
CC: Ballroom E
(60 min)
Sat 01:00PM Terminal Ballistics for Writers and Others

Bart Kemper moderates this panel on Terminal Ballistics (also referred to as wound ballistics) Engineers on the panel will talk physics, bullet calib,ers, shapes, deformation, etc. while the medical folks will talk about the effects on the human body.

Sat 04:00PM Ancient Technologies and Ancient Civilizations
Dr. Arlan Andrews will moderate this discussion on ancient technologies and civilizations lost to antiquity.
Sat 05:00PM Industry in Space

Jack Clemons (Mod.) Art Dula says the first trillionaire will be a space miner. What will be the first viable industries in Space?

Sat 09:00PM Evil Scientists for a Better Tomorrow!
Panelists discuss their favorite Mad Genius/Evil Scientist characters from fiction, and discuss the best ways to foil the hero and prevent an ignominious end! Jack Clemons, Mod.
Sat 11:00PM Mad Scientist Roundtable

Roundtable discussion of various and timely science topics moderated by Les Johnson. This is a remarkable panel dating back to the earliest LibertyCons. Everyone gets a say but no one gets to say too much.

Sun 11:00AM Ask A Scientist - Kids Edition
Dr. Robert E. Hampson moderates this Q&A for kids across a broad array of sciences.
 
 
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