DOT determined that Neuralink failed to properly register as a hazardous materials carrier and improperly packaged certain hazardous wastes, including the chemical xylene. However, the agency found no evidence that the company was transporting materials containing infectious substances.

Neuralink has been criticized for the way it conducts animal testing. PCRM released documents showing the company was illegally transporting hazardous materials, including brain implants contaminated with potentially dangerous primate pathogens.

Musk claims implants could one day do everything from helping paralyzed people walk to allowing users to see an “alternate reality.”

Source: Ferra

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