At the IAJGS conference in Boston in 2013, I attended a session where we were told that groups like Geni would "soon" have a nearly-complete global family tree on-line. My comment at the time was that this would convert genealogy from a pleasurable hobby into middle-school math: people who couldn't work out the answers themselves would simply go on-line to find them. I don't remember what they meant by "soon," but I'll bet it is well before 2092, when the results of the 2020 census become publicly available. I doubt anyone in 2092 will be upset much by what isn't in this year's census.
Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.
Researching ZISSELMAN/ZUSSELMAN/CRISS/ZUSSMAN/KRAMER/AINHORN/KARDONSKY all in Ukraine
EISENDORFF/AKABAS/SWIG/MALACH/SHAPIRA/SALINGER/ZLOTNITZKY/YELLIN all in Lithuania
FIZYK/MORRIS/THORNER in Poland