How would the human brain rank if compared to CPU's? Though the technology is far due to ethnics committees and slow research, perhaps one day some abysmal diabolical Nazi equivalent combined doctor, biomedical engineer, computer science super genius would be discovered with these researches.
Well, that's exactly what I've been trying to point out. CPUs of today are too weak to process complex algorithms to simulate emotions. Back to my original idea of adding cores to our brains, we may be able to enable CPUs to process what you've mentioned.
The human brain is akin to a huge neural network, and is analog in nature, not digital. So it can process complex information quickly but also inaccurately and/or imprecisely, compared to an ordinary personal computer.