Cows calve. Dogs whelp.
Mammals have been giving birth for millions of years - it pretty clearly isn't rocket science (though yeah, it takes a great deal of work, especially to do it well).
What makes humanity different from the rest of the animals? It isn't basic reproduction. It just isn't.
I'm not saying that women aren't capable of it (as women have clearly demonstrated they have), nor am I saying that women aren't responsible for much of what makes humanity notable (arguably, they are responsible for much of language and perhaps symbology) - but no, they aren't responsible for the Internet.
Or the truck. Or calculus. Or the common toilet.
They just aren't.
You can certainly make the argument that human parenting is very different from, say, dog parenting, and women are far more likely to engage it for a larger part of a kid's life than men are - and you might even say that that is a huge part of where societal bonding come from.
But that's not what you said. What you said was "give birth to", and that argument is a non-starter. Gestation and birthing has been around for millions of years, the major medical leaps (and failures) in it were actually (mostly) invented by men... and males are responsible for at least part of the birthing in terms of conception. Arguing that women birthed men and can therefore take credit for what they do is really no different than arguing that men inseminate women and therefore can take credit for the resulting children.