No idea what is Whisky going to be doing but there are (at least 1 and maybe 2) road specific carbon disc forks available to the OEM bike builders. Around the 440~450g mark. But they are tapered steerers.
As for the part on tubeless, well, you have to ride them to appreciate them. They are quite alright but not quite there yet. Maybe another generation and you'll get at least a good a performance as top of the line clinchers. I tried a Hutchinson Atom on a Shimano C24 wheels once. They are nice at 90~95psi. But not as supple compared to say a Vittoria Evo CX. I'm sure once Michelin or Vittoria releases their versions, the quality will improve dramatically too. There's a Japanese tubeless which I heard is good ... never tried though.
But if you put all the things that are going on right now together, you do get a pretty compelling picture of how things will roll in the future.
350g carbon tubeless rims (since the high over 120psi requirements and overheat issues are moot now ) that are disc specific. Thus completely eliminating rim overheat and wear issues.
With the advent coming of carbon ceramic rotors, we may get sub 900g wheels as a norm and a caliper/disc set at ~250-300g. It probably won't take too long, maybe another 2~3 years.
Its exciting times ahead.