According to The Byte, the co-founder of brain implant startup Neuralink, Max Hodak, announced he’s leaving the company. From the report: Hodak, who started the ultra-ambitious venture with Elon Musk and had until recently served as its president, didn’t say why he was leaving the company or on what terms. In other words, it’s not currently clear whether he left voluntary or was fired. “I am no longer at Neuralink (as of a few weeks ago),” he wrote in a tweet. “I learned a ton there and remain a huge cheerleader for the company! Onward to new things.” Last month, Hodak made headlines when he tweeted that the startup has the technological advances and savvy to create its own “Jurassic Park.”
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