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Could Elon Musk’s Tesla Launch Its Advanced Humanoid Robot By 2022

Elon Musk during Tesla’s AI day unveiled a Humanoid robot, the company will be releasing a prototype by 2022. The event which happened on Thursday,19th August was based on Artificial intelligence, FSD and next-gen innovation.

Tesla Bot: Elon Musk unveils humanoid robots; prototype aimed to 2022

For the Artificial intelligence part, Musk awkwardly introduced a human dressed to look like the proposed Humanoid Robot. “Obviously that was not real,” Musk said to his audience. The dancer in the suit made some funny dance moves and robotic gestures until Musk made his presentation.

The Human in the spandex suit is the exact replica of the proposed Humanoid Robot. Measuring 5 foot 8 inches, weighing 125 pounds with a sci-fi display on its head “for useful information”.

Elon Musk claims the “Bot” will be able to “eliminate dangerous, repetitive, boring tasks,”. Confident in its Tesla full self-driving capabilities, “semi-sentient robots on wheels” the company will make the robot.

Tesla's humanoid robot.

“It kind of makes sense to put that onto a humanoid form.” “We’re also quite good at sensors and batteries and actuators so we think we’ll probably have a prototype sometime next year that basically looks like this.” The Tesla CEO said.

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The Humanoid robot according to Musk will be different from the competition. It would perform tasks intuitively.

The event star began at 5 PM Pacific time/8 PM Eastern Time. Happening live at the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California.

Also, Tesla showed the media and investors big plans it has for its Full Self-Driving (FSD). This includes new technology, and how Artificial intelligence is powering that change.

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Maybe, the Humanoid robot could be a publicity stunt for visibility and financials. Elon Musk most of the time exaggerates its product launch time and its capabilities.

He went on to say it could perform commands like “please go to a store and get me the following groceries.” Unconvincingly, Musk says “Yeah, I think we can do that.”

Other on the hand, Xiaomi and Boston Dynamics have actual robots and this kind of technology takes years to build. If I were you, I would take Telsa’s promise of a humanoid robot with a grain of salt.


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