He was just enjoying his existence as an ice cream seller, he never suspected anything about this winning smile, until one of the customers creepily smiled at him...
What's on your mind?
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She complicatedly never doesn't own them so don't take it from her
He basically owns them already so just give it to him
Probably Autistic Boxie Pooperclutter
Can somebody make a spinning text template plz?
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Just so you know, also i made this new image since the masked robloxian with the blue sleeper shirt on is REALLY outdated
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A supercomputer is a computer with a high level of performance as compared to a general-purpose computer. The performance of a supercomputer is commonly measured in floating-point operations per second (FLOPS) instead of million instructions per second (MIPS). Since 2017, there are supercomputers which can perform over 10¹⁷ FLOPS (a hundred quadrillion FLOPS, 100 petaFLOPS or 100 PFLOPS).
All the FLOPS.
The human brain is estimated to operate at about 1 exaflop (that's 1,000 petaflops). So we're about a hundredth of the way to being able to simulate an entire human brain. If the trend in supercomputer advancement continues as it has the past 40 years, then we'll reach human-brain scale late this decade. 0
Studies have debunked the myth that humans use only 10 percent of their brain. According to a survey from 2013, around 65 percent of Americans believe that we only use 10 percent of our brain.
It's commonly said that we humans use only about 10 percent of our brains, with some people attributing Einstein's brilliance to his ability to stretch that paltry figure to 15 percent. Therefore we don't use 10%.
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I think so that human brain is much more complex then the universe because universe consist of large bodies they can sustain in isolation or with other large object which involve attractive forces that don't involve mutual contact with each other when they come nearby they came on the verge of extinction on the other hand more then 100 billion neuron are located in such a Small area and they all are forming a network of Internet-like complexity.
Philip Emeagwali, born in 1954 invented The Connection Machine, which was the world's first supercomputer after solving a 350-year-old packing problem. YEN Free subscription Get the news that matters from one of the leading news sites in Ghana.
In computing, floating point operations per second (FLOPS, flops or flop/s) is a measure of computer performance, useful in fields of scientific computations that require floating-point calculations.
In floating-point terms, estimates have made it 100 petaflops (100 quadrillion flops). Of course, since the brain also is occupied with running the functions of the human body, how many of those flops are focused on the question at hand at any given time is a mystery.
The performance of a supercomputer is commonly measured in floating-point operations per second (FLOPS) instead of million instructions per second (MIPS). Since 2017, there are supercomputers which can perform over 10 17 FLOPS (a hundred quadrillion FLOPS, 100 petaFLOPS or 100 PFLOPS).
So the brain is 10x efficient than a supercomputer XDDDDD