Elon Musk: Tesla is developing human-like robots
Elon Musk: Tesla is developing human-like robots

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said his company is developing a humanoid robot and will build a prototype next year.

In addition to some of the hardware and software that implements the company's autonomous driver assistance programs, humanoid robots also benefit from the company's experience using automated machines in its factories.

Musk has often expressed his concerns about artificial intelligence, saying that Tesla robots should be easy to use.

"The company designed the machine on a mechanical level so that you can get rid of it and eventually beat it," he added.

The robot is 86 inches tall, weighs 56.5 kg and has a human face shield. He said the company's internal robot codename is Optimus.

The company's website explains that robotic robots are designed to perform dangerous, repetitive or boring tasks, such as bending over to pick up items or going to the store to buy groceries.

“I think crafting is an option in the future,” Musk said. If that's what you want to do, you can.

He added, “Our company can be considered the largest robotics company in the world. Our cars are basically semi-conscious robots with wheels.

Mask showing robot graphics at the end of the company's AI day. Demonstrate some of the artificial intelligence techniques and supercomputers that the company is developing. The goal is to power self-driving cars one day.

Elon Musk: Tesla is developing human-like robots

The history of the company is full of great ideas that have never appeared before. For example, a solar super charger, battery change or robot chargers.

In November 2017, Tesla presented a semi-trailer at an event. But it hasn't been delayed until 2022 at the earliest, in part due to the challenge of making bigger batteries.

Therefore, it is impossible for human Tesla robots to see the light at any time in the future. When asked about the current economic aspects of getting into the robotics industry, Musk said: We'll have to wait and see.

The company continues to work hard to attract skilled workers and the job posting reads on their website: developing the next generation of automation, including global robots that can perform tasks that are dangerous, repetitive or boring.

The ad adds: We are looking for mechanical, electrical and software engineers to help us use our AI expertise to outperform our fleet.

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