Unfortunately I don't believe the cybernetic organisms in 11 years technology leap. That's a bit of a stretch. I know that he needed a year not too far in the future, but yet also believable, but seriously Ridley Scott should have know better than to choose a year too close.
To give a bit of perspective, the attacks on September 11th, 2001 were not so long ago. In fact, this September will be the 11 year anniversary which is the same amount of time from today until March of 2023.
Technology has changed in the last 11 years, but it hasn't changed THAT much! Even if the pace of progress were to be supposedly exponentially accelerate from now until 2023 that amount of time is far too little and too soon. I'd buy an earnest 25 years as a low-ball estimate even at an egregiously, exponentially accelerated pace, but definitely not 11 years. The complexities abound in the leaps that are needed to accelerate technology to the level of cybernetic organisms and the like. That's a huge, huge, huge leap that I'm having a lot of trouble getting over.
The real estimate that I'd give is about 25 to 100 years at an exponentially accelerated pace of progress and if the pace were linearly accelerated, then I'd choose about 50 to 150 years and at least 100 to 500 years at a present day's snail's pace.
This year that's spelled out gives this movie only a shy 11 years to bankroll the excitement of what might or might not be. Blade Runner had a good 30 years or so and probably started to look outdated only in the mid-90's when the various GUI operating systems became more widespread in our culture.