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Admittedly it will take a much more powerful computer to model the 100 billion human neurons, but it should be able to done in principle. A single neuron is a fairly simple thing. What it does under what circumstances can be well predicted. And if you can do it for 1, you can do it for 100 billion in principle. Such a thing would then be functionally identical to a human brain. If it does the same things via functionally identical means, who is to say it doesn't have a "first person experience?" It certainly would say it does.
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