Here is the link. This is a good place to start to review Kurzweil's 1996-1997 predictions. I remember reading this chapter myself in 2000 and analyzing the way in which the predictions did sync up with my own and the way they did not.
There are two categories of qualifying words used for the technology predictions: either they're 1) "ubiquitous", "common", or the like, or 2) they simply exist. For something to qualify as "common" in my eyes would perhaps mean that a third of the white collar business world in the United States uses it on a weekly basis. (To be very generous.) For #2, the prediction can be regarded as having come "true" even if the product only exists as a prototype in a lab and has for some time.