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Elon Musk's Neuralink is getting closer to its goal of implanting microchips in human brains, as it announced the employment of clinical trial director.:

"The startup is ...looking for a clinical trial coordinator to assist put together a team to administer the experiment and communicate with regulators, according to the Guardian. Applicants are advised they have the chance to alter the world and collaborate with some of the brightest and brilliant specialists from many professions."

"Musk first announced Neuralink in 2016, claiming that it might help paraplegics walk, alleviate depression, and contribute to the merger of humans and computers. ... According to the Guardian, Musk claimed that the chip will be implanted in line with the skull and charge wirelessly, so people will look and feel completely normal. A video showing a monkey implanted with the chip playing the video game Pong using only its mind was released by Neuralink before. He further said that Neuralink is operating well in monkeys, and they are currently conducting extensive testing to ensure that it's very safe and reliable."


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