A) Playing a decent game of table tennis (Ping-Pong) – This is solvable by computers.

B) Driving in the center of Cairo, Egypt – This is solvable by computers.

C) Buying a week’s worth of groceries at the market – This is not solvable by computers.

D) Buying a week’s worth of groceries on the Web – This is solvable by computers. 

E) Playing a decent game of bridge at a competitive level – This is solvable by computers. 

F) Discovering and proving new mathematical theorems – This is not solvable computers.

G) Writing an intentionally funny story – This is not solvable by computers.

H) Giving competent legal advice in a specialized area of law – This is not solvable by computers.

I) Translating spoken English into spoken Swedish in real time – This is solvable by computers.

J) Performing a complex surgical operation – This is not solvable by computers.