Elon Musk's Neuralink may have tested interfaces on animals

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

Elon Musk's Neuralink may be testing its'Matrix' style computer-brain interfaces on animals, it has emerged. Devices being developed by the firm are designed to give people advanced mental abilities, which Musk says will let humanity keep up with future'god-like' AI systems. City planning documents submitted by the company reveal plans for'a small operating room for in vivo testing, and a small room to house rodents.' It is not known what the tests involved, whether they actually took place, or if they are on-going, as Neuralink has refused to comment on the matter. Elon Musk's (pictured) Neuralink may be testing its'Matrix' style computer-brain interfaces on animals, it has emerged.