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's Neuralink is set to host its annual 'Show and Tell' event tonight at 9 pm ET that is expected to share a progress update on its brain-machine interface.
The neuroscience startup shared a teaser for the event on its account, showing a short video that spelled out the message 'please join us for a show and tell,' and some users speculate the world will see a person with Neurlink's chip type on a screen.
The goal is to develop (BCI) for people with paralysis, allowing them to operate computers and mobile devices using their thoughts.
The first Show and Tell event, held in 2020, demonstrated the technology with a pig and last year, Musk revealed the update with a monkey that played a video game using only its mind.
Neuralink will host its annual 'Show and Tell' event tonight at 9 pm ET, which is expected to share the progress of the technology.  The firm teaser for the event on its Twitter account, showing a short video that spelled out the message
DailyMail.com obtained lab notes that claim to describe Neuralink's experiments of implanting electrodes into monkeys at the University of California, Davis, which may have helped the company progress to its current state.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) provided DailyMail.com with notes describing several animals 'vomiting, gasping and retching' following procedures, along with autopsy results for euthanized monkeys due to their declining health.
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Musk started Neuralink in 2016 but has kept a tight lid on the firm's technology, developments and most plans.
And even with the annual progress update event, the billionaire rarely shares information about his top-secret technology. 
Neuralink's system consists of a computer chip attached to tiny flexible threads stitched into the brain by a 'sewing-machine-like' robot.
The brain implant, pictured is a design shared in 2020, consists of a computer chip attached to tiny flexible threads
After seeing Neuralink's tweet, some users speculated the world could see a human trial of the implant
The device pickups up signals in the brain, which are then translated into motor controls.
Neuralink showed its first progress update in August 2020 during a demonstration that showcased a pig with an early version of the brain chip.
The three little pig's demo, as he called it, showed an animal named Gertrude with the brain implant. 
While she snuffed in its pen, viewers saw her brain activity on a large screen.
‘It's like a Fitbit in your skull, klik365 88 Musk said during the 2020 event.
'It goes flush on your skull.

I could have a Link right now and you wouldn't know. Maybe I do.'
Link is the name Musk has given to the brain chip.
Neuralink showed its first progress update in August 2020 during a demonstration that showcased a pig with an early version of the brain chip
After the first glimpse of the chip, Musk presented a monkey playing Pong with its mind in April 2021.

This monkey died in February
After the first glimpse of the chip, Musk presented a monkey playing Pong with its mind in April 2021.