I am personally fascinated by behavioral economics and the topic of nudges in particular. Nudges are when an outside actor changes how an individual interacts with a choice by playing on their subconscious psychological biases. However, as Prof. Goodman and Laibson discussed, we do not have a perfect deterministic model of the brain and human psychology. I would have loved to ask Prof. Laibson whether AI can help behavioral economists develop a more comprehensive understanding of psychological biases by picking out patterns in the data and exposing new subconscious, systematic human behaviors. Is the story complicated further by our inability to discern explanations from AI? How close could we get to a deterministic model of the human brain?