That list of stuff that's about to be obsolete is pretty funny, as such speculative lists tend to be. They seem more like marketing stunts than predictions IMO.
I've been reading about the impending end of cash and emergence of the "paperless office" for a looooong time, but offices still have paper and cash is still king.
And many weapons of war embody the most advanced tech on the planet, but a soldier with a rifle ("boots on the ground") is still the most important element of making military ambitions achievable, and in many cases possible at all.
Being a heavy-hitter in the tech sector, like Elon Musk and his self-driving Teslas, necessarily insulates one from the reality that most people live in which is why some folks somehow believe that self-driving cars will be what everyone will be getting around in fairly soon (or ever) even while large parts of the United States would collapse economically (pre-pandemic) as soon as automotive emissions standards and testing were enacted and enforced since that would mean a startling number of people would no longer be able to get to work in their barely-running old clunkers (which would immediately be taken off the road in any State that mandates such testing).
I've been predicting a pandemic for a while, too (in older threads around here). But that's not too difficult since among all the threats that we could potentially face in modern times, a pandemic was the one that was so likely to happen that failure to prepare for it was arguably not an accident or oversight at all.