Digitalisation is an evolutionary phenomenon. Over the entire human history we try to simplify our lives and become the best version of ourselves. Digitalisation is part of this process. It offers new possibilities for economic and social development. Yet, this comes at a cost: we have to set the track right in order to minimise or avoid the potential downsides of this process. AI is already part of our daily lives. During the last decades it has been integrated almost silently. It is not any longer the preoccupation of nerds and dreamers, not any longer about scientific research and fictional communication but has an impact for the broad society by targeting different aspects of daily life. This leads to the question: How do we want to deal with AI in the long-run?