We learn why smartphones are taking over the world and killing traditional camera industry. The only way 99,9% of people are "consuming" still images today is on oversaturated 6'' smartphone screens or in best case 15'' laptops. Even print media is on it's way out.What we can learn from it? That its hard to see a diffrence or any diffrence at all in the final out put images unless they are verry big or pixel peeping.
Isolated basket cases like me might even use a PC with a 32'' display but it doesn't change the fact that all images are embedded in webpages or social media apps which means that they are downscaled to fraction of original.
Oh heck, even in this photographic forum images are downscaled to around 1000px. With this amount of oversampling and the fact that even here 99,9% of viewers are using something else than calibrated 32'' 4k monitors, anyone could just as well post 5MP smartphone images and nobody would ever realize that they are not taken with M1X and that fancy new $75000 oly lens. Just have a look at the smartphone images thread.
With a bit of post processing, original differences in dynamic range, colour science or even noise become all but invisible in the final medium (downscaled jpg on random OLED or LCD screen).
There are pretty much three common areas left where smartphones can't match ILC:s as per today no matter how much processing power and AI technology is available:
1) very fast action (sports) images, especially under low light
2) anything that requires very long telephoto lens and
3) anything that requires powerfull external flash (or several)