Something that surprised was near the end of the interview when I Prof. Goodman said that the Padua Rainbow was not really true for most of society until the scientific revolution. I think this stood out to me because one would think that even the great thinkers of our time like Aristotle would go through rigorous testing to make sure his claims stood true but in fact he didn't! If we think our system is so correct, we don't feel the need to check if we are right.
I think a question I would ask Blundell is if she thinks the Padua Rainbow still needs correcting because who's to say we're not like Aristotle right now, believing our current system is correct when in fact some more elements need to be added in? The Rainbow itself changes drastically in the face of AI/ML, so what kinds of edits will be made in the future as more advance technology comes out?