TOKYO -- A venture capital fund set up by Japanese soccer player Keisuke Honda and American actor Will Smith has invested in two of Tesla founder Elon Musk's other ventures, including a company working on a way to connect brains with computers.
The Dreamers Fund has invested a small but undisclosed amount in Neuralink and Boring Co., the first Japanese investment in either business.
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