Yes, this is in the works. The amorphous limit will never truly be “high-throughput” since it has to be determined for every single chemistry and stoichiometry, however we have good coverage of common chemical systems already and we’re hoping an interpolation scheme might work for those systems we do not have.
The amorphous calculations mentioned in that paper were recently added to the public Materials Project database during a recent database release and are now available. Further integration to display amorphous limits on those materials where they’re available is planned.
As a disclaimer, I’m not working first-hand on this myself, @shyamd and @esivonxay may be able to comment further.