These are the reasons why, even with new technology being created on a daily basis, human brains are still far ahead of computers:
Power efficiency: The human brain operates at a rate of only 20 watts. Supercomputers trying to imitate it measure their power consumption in megawatts.
Self-healing: When just one transistor breaks inside a microprocessor, the entire system is in jeopardy. Human brains lose neurons all the time without altering their normal operation.
No need for programming: Computers need to be programmed, but human brains don’t. They are able to learn from any type of experience while computer-learning algorithms can only learn from the experiences they have been programmed to recognise.