Quantum engineering is an emerging discipline, which involves studies of materials, devices, circuits, and architectures that are necessary to develop quantum-based systems. Recently, quantum computing has received significant attention, and large investments have been made in this field. Is this interest pure hype, or should we revise our views on computing? This Panel will address this question as well as various others: is our current understanding of classical electronics sufficient for the challenges ahead or should we all rethink the way we design circuits and systems? Will quantum engineering ultimately emerge as the next wave in research and products or will the economy of scale continue to rule? Will Moore's Law compete with, or enable, new quantum technologies? Panelists' summary statements are presented. A complete record of the panel discussion was not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. Summary statements from the panelists are provided.