Dr. David A. Bray
Thank you Shaji for the opportunity and many thanks to fellow panelists (especially Allen for skillfully steering the conversation to provocative areas). It is good to consider the future both with hope as well as awareness of potential 2nd- and 3rd-order effects. History, good and bad, often embodies the externalities that occur in the midst of human intentions. The future ahead is both (1) what we make of it and (2) what occurs both intentionally and unintentionally during the process of making it together.