- Thousands of people are interested in becoming Neuralink patients, a Bloomberg report says.
- Elon Musk’s startup received FDA approval earlier this year to start human trials.
- The brain-chip startup hopes to implant a device that acts as a “Fitbit in your skull.”
Thousands of people have expressed interest in receiving one of Neuralink’s brain implants, a recent Bloomberg report from one of Elon Musk’s biographers, Ashlee Vance, says.
Vance, who said he visited Neuralink’s facilities 10 times in three years, said the company had yet to implant its device in a human but aimed to operate on 11 people next year and more than 22,000 by 2030.