Six EECS faculty are profiled in a Berkeley Engineering article titled “Case studies in forward thinking.” Pieter Abbeel’s vision of the future is one of goal-oriented AI, where machines are learning responsibly. Claire Tomlin envisions a future of airspace management, where intelligent robots can quickly and safely react to dynamic situations, and maybe even deliver packages on time. Alexandre Bayen sees transit data trends, where data is used to reveal the previously unobservable. Ken Goldberg envisions a future of dexterous robots, where machines work together with humans to refine their respective skills sand expertise. Ren Ng’s vision of the future is one where better optics–integrating both hardware and software–improve everything from computer vision and medical diagnostics to family photos and immersive entertainment. Ana Claudia Arias sees a future which includes electronics and diagnostic equipment that fits the body of a patient and is capable of quickly producing high resolution images, all the while providing a more comfortable experience, particularly for children.