Centuries ago, the future rested in the hands of the gods, and only oracles and priests were able to interpret what man was allowed to see. Then, as Renaissance thinkers began to identify and measure cause, effect and probability, society relied less on fate and faith and more on knowledge and prediction.1 Today, we confront the future with the power of technology, reducing risk and gaining insight through predictive mathematics and, to a lesser extent, qualitative judgment. ...

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