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This question could be answered in a couple of ways. The future for Linux is bright as a server and phone/tablet OS. Even Microsoft now has a Linux distribution for cloud use. Android has perhaps the predominant market share in smartphones.
As far as what we expect to see in future Linux Kernels would be support for new devices and hardware ,additional File systems, security enhancements.
If we look at Fedora we can see the what might be in Red Hat Linux in a couple of years. This would include Gnome updates, replacement for X-Windows (Wayland) and a replacement for yum (def).
In my opinion, future of Linux is very bright as Servers. I think there is nothing like Linux for Servers and Embedded OS.Unix is the base of Mac OS and all versions of Linux. If you have good command on Linux it is always better.GUI based OS like Windows, Linux GUI and Mac GUI provides usability but limits the scope of operating system.