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The neural structure of the sea slug Aplysia has been widely studied (first by Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel) because it has only about 20,000 neurons, most of them large and easily manipulated. Assuming that the cycle time for an Aplysia neuron is roughly the same as for a human neuron, how does this computational power, in terms of memory updates per second, compare with the high-end computer.

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In order of magnitude figures, the computational power of the computer is 100 times larger.

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