By: April Carson
Elon Musk's utopian vision for the future sometimes exceeds the capabilities of contemporary technology. Tesla's founder and CEO is notorious for his grand proclamations, which are rarely kept. However, this last ambition may bring our reality closer to science fiction – a humanoid robot intended to remove simple and uninteresting activities from our everyday or working lives.
Everything you need to know about Tesla’s humanoid robot
Elon Musk introduced the idea of a "Tesla Bot" during his firm's AI Day presentation. The height of the humanoid robot will be 5 feet 8 inches, which equals to around 173 centimeters. In turn, its weight will be 125 pounds or approximately 57 kg.
A human-sized robot would undoubtedly spark debate among sci-fi enthusiasts, as well as the potential hazards of such technology. Elon Musk, on the other hand, stated that the machine will be built in a way that prevents it from matching a person's physical skill set.
Elon Musk’s opinion
Elon Musk has been one of the most outspoken believers in the concept that artificial intelligence may some day develop to the point where it could take control of our world. He's expressed his concerns and how we might avoid this from happening. At the same time, he's volunteered to be the first to build a genuine human-like robot.
Let's now determine how strong the robot will be. Musk claims that the Tesla Bot should be able to deadlift 150 pounds while carrying a maximum of 45 pounds.
As you can see, the humanoid robot will not have superhuman strength. As a result, it will be moving at a crawl. Musk has stated that the robot's top speed should be around 5 miles per hour. In other words, if an emergency arises, you may overpower or outrun the machine.
Musk said that the Tesla Bot would use Tesla's existing autopilot software. This implies that it will be outfitted with cameras that will scan the environment and transmit data to the neural network.
The company's CEO Elon Musk stated that the humanoid robot will be able to handle basic, recurring, monotonous, or hazardous activities. Consider the common irritating chores at home or simple responsibilities that we frequently neglect.
Businesses could instead use robots for work in factories, such as in dangerous scenarios when humans should not be involved.
Prototypes and deadlines
Musk did not offer any release dates, but he suggested that the initial prototype should be finished by next year.
Elon Musk is well-known for making huge promises when it comes to future technologies. However, these ideas frequently do not become a reality. Do you remember the Semi truck that was unveiled in 2017? Or the solar-powered Supercharger network, or the robotaxis that were supposed to hit the road by the end of last year?
Somebody will do it anyway
Overall, despite his fear that artificial intelligence is one of humanity's most significant threats, Elon Musk is working on the world's first sophisticated humanoid robot. He believes that if they make them slower and less powerful, the dangers go down. We have to acknowledge that robotics is moving in this direction, and humanoid robots will soon be a reality, even if Musk has not decided to do it himself. However, as one of the world's leading technology firms, Tesla cannot avoid attempting to be the first.
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About the Blogger:
April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on bossbabymav.com
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