Elon Musk’s Neuralink ‘has been mutilating and killing monkeys’

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink ‘has been mutilating and killing monkeys’: Physician group details how the firm performed gruesome experiments on animals ahead of the billionaire’s ‘Show and Tell’ on Nov 30

  • Elon Musk’s Neuralink is set to host its ‘Show and Tell’ event on November 30
  • The annual event demonstrates the company’s brain chip and shares updates
  • A group of physicians released details of experiments on monkeys up to 2020 
  • The animals endured ‘sloppy experiments that resulted in chronic infections, seizures, paralysis, internal bleeding and declining psychological health’
  • The lawsuit filed against the University of California, Davis, where experiments were held, notes many of the monkeys were euthanized following tests 
  • Read more: Elon Musk hosts progress event for Neuralink and said human trials are set to start in six months 

Elon Musk plans to hold a ‘Show and Tell’ event for his brain chip company Neuralink on November 30, but a group of physicians claims the firm is ‘mutilating and killing monkeys’ to create a ‘brain-machine interface.’

Musk announced the event on Twitter, which the company holds each year to showcase its latest updates. The first Show and Tell in 2020 demonstrated the brain implant in a pig and in 2021, the world saw it used by a monkey.

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) recently launched a website detailing the gruesome stories of monkeys that are said to have suffered from sloppy experiments conducted at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis).

PCRM shared lab notes with DailyMail.com detailing several experiments conducted on monkeys that had received implanted electrodes during surgeries. 

Nueralink’s head neurosurgeon Matthew MacDougall’s name is shown within the messages as ‘running the procedures.’

Reina Pohl, the communication specialist for PCRM, told Dailymail.com that the lab notes were provided to the group by UC Davis due to a lawsuit filed against it by PCRM in February – but notes Neuralink employees conducted the experiments.

The lawsuit states the animals ‘suffered infections from the implanted electrodes placed in their brains’ and an ‘unapproved substance’ known as BioGlue ‘killed monkeys by destroying portions of their brains.’

By Stacy Liberato

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