Re: beware of the definition of "mundane tasks."
"We also now know we can build a server farm with at least 1 human processing throughput. It's 1 human, but it thinks several thousand times faster than that human." [Citation needed]
The thing about the human brain is not only that a) it contains a mind-boggling amount of processing elements and b) we have basically hardly any idea how it is actually structured (or how to even tackle describing structural complexity of that level) but also that c) _all_ of those processing elements work in parallel, while any parallelism in current silicon hardware compared to a human brain is so many orders of magnitude off that it's essentially zero.