I’ll start with a couple that are definitely on the docket:
“We spent decades making every single electric thing in our house a “smart device,” not to mention self-driving cars and drone delivery. Apparently, all these devices eventually got smart enough to realize they could easily rise up and overthrow their human oppressors. Whoops.”
Problems include battling a horde of sentient kitchen appliances, dodging murderous autonomous cars to cross the street, trying to navigate via old-timey methods because your phone’s GPS keeps telling you to drive off cliffs, and lots more.
Elements include lots of broken appliances, non-electric improvised weapons, and appropriate feelings of abandonment from the technological buddies on which we all depend.
Trophies awarded for analog solutions, or raging against a machine.