Futurist and transhumanist humour
Futurist and transhumanist humour can describe jokes, memes and media either about, or by transhumanists or similar futuristic scenarios.
Transhumanists are, and are often portrayed as geeky technophiles. More recently the likes of Elon Musk and Peter Thiel has associated the idea with eccentric billionaires and often cryonics. Cryonics, or 'head in a jar' caricatures are well established in the likes of Futurama. Similarly, the idea of post-cryonic technological reconstruction of the body lends itself to Frankenstein-eque parodies.
AI and Robotics
Headlines like "After escaping its creators a second time, Russian robot’s final destination may be scrap heap" are designed to elicit comparisons with Skynet from Terminator and other AI uprising tropes.
It's a self-driving golf-club!
Transhumanism and futurism is by no means universally respected. Those who believe the existential risk from the likes of AI and nanotechnology is overstated may mock those who either appear to fear scenarios more similar to outlandish science fiction than serious predictions.
With futurist style transhumanist conversations growing in popularity, occasionally this trope may be subverted. For example in this segment of Questionable Content, the pseudo-future of the universe which contains household AI is contrasted against a more contemporary portray of transgenderism.
Back in 1997 The Onion ran an article on "World Death Rate Holding Steady At 100 Percent" which still holds true today.