Predicting is difficult, especially of the future. Yet there is a good chance that the strictness of the operator hierarchy offers a rationale for extrapolation and therewith for predicting future steps in the evolution of system types.
Two robust predictions - Major transitions form a basic aspect of the operator hierarchy. Therefore they can be used as the starting point for two robust predictions.
The hardwired memon - It is unlikely that hardwired memons reach a multistage.
Memons showing structural copying of information properties - Structural copying of information is only possible if a memon has access to its brain structure. For this reason the operator hierarchy predicts the necessity of technical intelligence.
Memons showing hypercycle mediating interface properties - The hypercycle mediating interface closure type occurred also in atoms and eukaryote cells. Possible ways of how this property may take shape in future memons are discussed.
Summary - A short review of the conclusions of the above sections on predicting future memons.