Co-founder of brain startup Neuralink leaves the company
Elon Musk Neuralink is facing corporate problems before it sells anything. Pay reports Max Hodak who founded Neuralink quietly the company “a few weeks ago.” He did not say why he left the cerebral palsy, but said he was still “very happy” at the work of his former employers.
Neuralink did not specify a location. We have asked the company to comment.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Company soon he demonstrated his skill and monkeys – it must be getting closer to the market. That doesn’t mean the company is in trouble, but Hodak’s exit could make Neuralink’s job even more useful.
Musk is no stranger to departure of officials. It has been happening in more established companies like Tesla, however, and some executives (such as former CTO JB Straubel) have done this to ensure good relations. Hodak’s situation is not particularly clear, even if there are no current signs of division.
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