I see ten years from now, in terms of finance and technology, as a world where everything is done by robots and AI. We're already starting to see that happen with things like self-checkout lines and automated phone systems.
This is because I believe that humans are inherently lazy creatures. And when it comes down to it, humans will always choose the easy way over the hard way. So if there's a way for someone to do something without having to be present or pay attention to what they're doing, they'll go ahead and use that method instead of doing it themselves. This is exactly why self-checkout lines are so popular—they allow shoppers to buy their items without having to interact with another human being (and potentially deal with their personal space).