Last Chance: Fukuda Questions

Does anyone have any jiujitsu/judo history questions for Keiko Fukuda (93 year old Judo Master taught directly by Jigoro Kano, the founder of judo. Her grandfather was Hachinosuke Fukuda, one of the three primary jiujitsu teachers of Jigoro Kano)

For those that don't know, 3 jiujitsu masters (Keiko Fukuda's grandfather was one of them) taught Jigoro Kano, who taught Mitsuyo Maeda (Count Koma), who taught Carlos Gracie who taught/was observed by Helio Gracie, founder of Gracie Jiu-jitsu.

What are the biggest changes she has seen in the judo community since its introduction? In what direction does she think it will continue to grow?

Were early innovations entirely the brainchild of Jigoro Kano, or were a number of the early experts (Mifune, etc) also responsible for the origination and development of major techniques? How much of it came from Kano Sensei himself, and how much was it communally developed?

where does she see judo going in the future?