Well technically, we're always living in the present and the future never really happens. But you obviously didn't mean it like that.
I think a lot of things that people considered to be science fiction are commonplace today. Granted, some things were way off; People travelling in tubes, totalitarian regimes, colonization of other planets and living computers and all that.
But at the same time, we have some amazing inventions in our society and others innovations that are just now coming to light. There are hundreds of satellites orbiting the earth and creating a global communications network, the human lifespan has been extended by many years thanks to modern medical science and scientists now have a view of the universe that nobody could ever have predicted.
And as for the newly blossoming ideas - Artificial organs are already being manufactured; human-like robots are becoming more and more a reality; we are exploring our solar system and on the verge of inventing new technologies to rejuvinate the space exploration programs of the world.
So yeah. I think we live in a pretty futuristic world. Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov and all the great science fiction authors would be proud.
Hope this helped!