This interview made some very interesting points when discussing the overall evolution of the concept of the Padua rainbow. Especially when tying in ancient Mesopotamia and their practices when viewing space and tracking the planetary movement. I found it interesting to see how even in early human history, the ability to more or less change how data science is interpreted in order to accompany expectations with the science is laughable. The next topic I found interesting was the use of AI in the general public and how human expectations can limit the results that AI is able to achieve. The influence of human expectations has hurt the ability to make concrete predictions. If I were to conduct this interview, I would counter back to understand how might human influence help with some predictions. I believe that computers take a key component out of making predictions and that is simply humanity. If you take the humanity out of humans, you will solely have data and statistics. It can be beneficial to place human expectations into predictive systems in order to have a sense of humanity.