via Elon Musk brain start-up Neuralink applied for animal tests: report

Elon Musk’s brain implant start-up reportedly planned to test on animals

In seeking regulatory approval for its planned use of office space in San Francisco, a Neuralink employee said the company was looking to house rodents and conduct operations “for in vivo testing.”
Elon Musk has said Neuralink will initially focus on providing brain implants to people with disabilities. But he has not talked about testing on animals.

via Elon Musk brain start-up Neuralink applied for animal tests: report

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