There are still many tasks which people can perform easily but computers cannot.
One of these tasks is understanding ordinary or natural language. We still don’t know how to program a computer to understand what we say in ordinary language, just as we don’t know how to program a computer to reliably recognize a face, or a road, a bomb, a pistol, or an ice-cream.
The need is so great that software exists for such tasks, but with very few exceptions it works too poorly to be useful. Nothing approaches human ability.