In the beginning, it was simply a writing instrument and paper. That progressed to a typewriter, eraser, and paper. That moved forward to computers, computer programs, and paper and ink for the printer as some examples.
Now they have programs where you can talk, and the machine will type it for you. You have programs that help you with editing, for example, Grammarly.
As technology increases, it is within reason that eventually, we will be able to think of our works where it will be written automatically for us.
With each year comes challenges to learn something new enough to be proficient at it. With each step, the way it used to get further away from how it is now.
The writers in this area know me for a few things. One is I am a pantser and proud of it. I tend to write my manuscripts by hand, my only instrument being a notebook and pen.
It is a pain to type it up, but the juices flow so well for me that I continue to do it. But not only that. I get the satisfaction that I am doing it how it used to be.
No matter how you create your work, so long you get joy from it and produce a product that you are happy with, it does not matter how you got there.