This was an incredibly interesting interview to me because it felt like we received two contrasting perspectives on how to think about the future. On the one hand, Agustin Rayo represented a very philosophical perspective, Professor Goodman provided one rooted more firmly in science. It was a very interesting discourse and I don't think either side seemed to think they were "right", rather, both perspectives are relevant and inform each other.
One thing that troubled me from Rayo's perspective was his claim that human behavior is very predictable. He cited the fact that a lot of what humans do relies on knowing what other humans will do, like showing up for the interview and being able to predict that Professor Goodman would as well. I would have asked for his thoughts on the idea that even if large scale human actions can be predicted, every single second a human does a billion tiny things, like the way in which they sit, who they look at most in the room, etc., that, put together, actually do have a large effect on the future and on the outcome of that person and the people around them. I would argue that as a result it is actually quite hard to predict human behavior and to predict what lies in the future of any one individual person, even if that person is someone you know very well.