Neuralink is a company founded by Elon Musk to research "brain-computer interfaces". Now, one of the company's biggest names has left.
Neuralink co-founder Max Hodak, who was once president of Neuralink, has resigned from the company, according to reports.
Hudak said on social media that he left Neuralink a few weeks ago to try new things, learned a lot at the company, and will continue to promote the company despite no longer working there.
Elon Musk's brain-computer interface partner resigns: He said he was building Jurassic Park
Neuralink is co-founded by Elon Musk and Max Hotak. Mr. Hodak, one of the company's founders, did not say why he was leaving the company. Of course, it's not clear whether he resigned or was fired.
While Neuralink is not as well known as SpaceX and Tesla, Musk has repeatedly promoted its "brain-computer interface" technology. Musk also recently unveiled important results from Neuralink via video.
The video shows Pager, a 9-year-old macaque, using the Neuralink device to control a video game with his mind. Pager can use his brain activity to learn to control a computer by being prodding him to perform tests using a metal habit filled with a tasty banana milkshake.
Although not as "crazy" as Musk, Hodak said on social media that scientists have now learned the technology to create Jurassic Park, although genetically not a true dinosaur, but in 15 years may be able to breed these novel species.