A supercomputer broke 10 petaflops for the first time ever last week.
That's 10 quadrillion (10,000,000,000,000,000) floating point operations per second.
It was achieved by the K supercomputer in Japan.
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.