Is it possible? certainly yes. Airbus has applied for a patent for a windowless cockpit in which the external view is displayed in the cockpit using cameras and screens. The technology itself is available and some significant progress has been made in recent years in the related equipment.
Will it become a reality? Maybe. At present, there is nothing wrong with windshields in aircraft (pointing laser at aircraft is illegal; anyway, lasers can damage camera sensors too). Why fix something that ain't broken? In the future this may well be used, maybe in supersonic aircraft (For example, spike aerospace has proposed a design without cabin windows; interestingly, the design still has cockpit windows). Addition of cameras and displays adds one more layer of complexity, which is at present unnecessary.
Also, there are other issues to consider. In order to give the pilot with a view at least as good as the exiting aircraft, images from multiple cameras have to be 'stitched' and displayed. The system should be able to do this without any lag (F-35 had a similar problem while joining feeds from its DAS). Unless there is a compelling reason for the addition of cameras and displays, the windscreen is here to stay.