The company - called Neuralink - will be the vehicle for the development of the "neural lace" Musk discussed on Twitter and elsewhere, the The Wall Street Journal first reported.
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FILE PHOTO: American Airlines aircraft are parked at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, U.S., August 8, 2016.
Given the incredible growth delivered by the company over its 23-year history, and how much havoc it has already wreaked in the world of bricks-and-mortar retail over that time, it's easy to get carried away upon seeing reports that Amazon.
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