A lot of anarchists make faith-based assumptions centred around the myth of the techno-fix, along with the popular space parasite cosmology that's touted by futurologists everywhere. In Silicon Valley, online, in video games & television, in pop-science magazines & radical circles.
Not to be too nasty here, as its a very insidious mindset and seems to penetrate everywhere these days, but I think anarchist futurologists should really look up criticisms of the idea of meliorism (the belief that improvement of society depends on human effort.), with all of these "predictions". I know it quite well, I used to be just like these people. I'd salivate at everything that the apostles of "Progress" were preaching about, as shiny and silicon as if they were out of a science fiction novel.
Ironically, many anarchists who try to come off as only looking for evidence-based statements backed by science still believe that these technologies will come to pass and be liberatory, somehow, while ignoring the financial, ecological, technological, & physical costs and limitations that would influence how these things would operate themselves, how they would be constructed and maintained, etc....
In a world largely devoid of meaning for most people, it's incredibly tempting to latch on to a narrative like that, one that promises its adherents the power of gods while ignoring just how it would actualize its visions. It also conveniently smears its critics as Luddites, and denies agency to any other existing narratives by seeing itself as the one "true" vision.
John Michael Greer's blog discusses what I'm talking about in far greater detail, here are two links that I think will understand these points, along with Kirkpatrick Sale's ideas on progress: