Thank you. I'm pleased to have another crack at questions.
I'd like to just continue on, Dr. Hewitt, with your comments. It sounds as though, from your perspective, we're doing a great job at generating technology, generating new possibilities, but somehow there's a drivetrain that's missing to get that actually into a useful contribution for our society and for our economy, and you're saying that the kind of work that you do is in fact trying to make those connections. It would seem to me that, for a lot of businesses, they won't know that a lot of this technology exists. They may not even fully understand they have a problem for which there might be a technological solution. That lack of connection seems to be key.
I was noticing that in your remarks you said that you've done a two-year exercise to identify six future challenge areas that have been identified in the evolving global context for Canada, and how we leverage digital technologies is one of them. It seems to me the digitization of our overall economy is going to increasingly be a major initiative. Can you talk about what you've learned from this two-year exercise and how possibly part of it can serve as that drivetrain that uses this technology effectively for our society?