Tesla CEO Elon Musk (50) has announced the market launch of the prototype of a humanoid robot called “Tesla Bot”. Musk spoke on Thursday (local time) on the occasion of the company’s “AI Day” (“Artificial Intelligence Day”) – that the robot could take on dangerous, repetitive, or boring tasks in the future. The robot with the human-like appearance will have “profound effects on the economy,” said the entrepreneur. “In the future, physical work will be an option. If you want to do it, you can do it, but you don’t have to do it.”
The Tesla Bot will be around five feet eight inches (1.73 meters) high, weigh 57 kilograms and be able to do numerous jobs, from attaching screws to cars to picking up purchases in the store. The Tesla robot will be equipped with eight cameras and a fully-fledged self-driving computer and use the same tools that Tesla uses in the car. He sees the robot as the answer to a shortage of skilled workers. It is important not to let the machine turn out to be “super expensive”.
“He’s supposed to be friendly, of course,” Musk explained. The robot will also be designed in such a way that it is not particularly fast. “You will
“The most difficult thing about a useful humanoid robot is that” it cannot navigate the world without being specifically trained. “But that has to work line by line without explicit instructions. The device gets” a kind of screen at the head for useful information “, but otherwise run autonomously.