We rely on our models to chart the future. Yet from the financial crash to climate change, life has a habit of defying prediction. Do our models necessarily fail? Must we live cautiously, in fear of unforeseeable risks, or can we refine our models to enable accuracy, reliability and prosperity? The Panel Philosopher and politician Rupert Read, eminent economist Anatole Kaletsky and lecturer Felix Reed-Tsochas find the edge of uncertainty.