Jan Buchner: We will be using an increasing number of digital tools. These tools, as in the case of Virtual and Augmented Reality, will allow us to adopt a more creative and intuitive approach to engineering. Combined with the possibilities opened up by Artificial Intelligence (AI), we can work within a design environment in which the necessary calculations are performed automatically and compliance with design rules are checked in an automated process, similar to computer games where the players can create complete worlds – following exclusively their own creativity. All related computation is performed in the background by AI. It may sound paradoxical, but I am convinced that our working worlds will become more human as digitalization advances. Digital tools will relieve us from monotonous and risky work, in other words, many of the activities we simply prefer not to perform. Instead, our creativeness will be able to prosper within collaborative processes to which colleagues from other disciplines, departments and locations can contribute their creative ideas and their knowledge.