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July 6 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Government Elon Musk and Shivon Zilis, a prime govt at his neurotechnology company Neuralink, experienced twins in November of 2021, Business enterprise Insider described on Wednesday.
In April, Musk and Zilis filed a petition to alter the title of the twins to “have their father’s last identify” and comprise their mother’s last name as element of their center identify, the report reported, citing court docket files.
A thirty day period later on, a Texas choose permitted the petition, the report additional.
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According to the report, Zillis has recently been floated as one particular of the persons Musk could faucet to operate Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) right after his $44 billion offer acquisition.
Zilis, 36, is identified on her LinkedIn profile as director of functions and distinctive tasks at Neuralink, which is co-launched and chaired by Musk, 51. She begun performing at the company in May perhaps 2017, the exact month she was named a venture director in synthetic intelligence at Tesla, wherever she labored until eventually 2019.
She also serves as a board member at artificial-intelligence investigation company OpenAI, which was co-started by Musk, in accordance to her profile on LinkedIn.
The information of the twins’ arrival delivers Musk’s overall rely of kids to nine. Musk shares two little ones with Canadian singer Grimes, and other 5 kids with his ex-wife Canadian writer Justine Wilson.
Musk and Grimes welcomed their second boy or girl via surrogate in December. The billionaire stated that he and Grimes had been “semi-separated,” according to a report by Website page Six in September previous 12 months.
Musk and Zilis did not instantly respond to Reuters’ request for comments.
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Reporting by Akriti Sharma in Bengaluru and Hyunjoo Jin in San Francisco Editing by Sandra Maler
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