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Tesla has pushed back the date of AI Day to September 30, 2022, in the hopes that a functioning Optimus prototype will be available by then. Creating a workable prototype will help the firm advance a few steps forwards, bringing the initial iteration of Tesla Bot closer to production.
We all know Tesla is not just about cars. It is a technology company enhancing both hardware and software using advanced artificial intelligence (AI). In an effort to attract the best talent to the company, Tesla will host AI Day #2 in September 2022 instead of the original date of August 19.
According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the company is close to building a working prototype of its humanoid robot, Optimus. According to his statement on Twitter, this could happen as early as September. This announcement is amazing, as the company could be able to create it as early as a year after its unveiling, which is a really fast timeframe.
We all know Tesla is more than simply a car company. It is a technological firm that uses powerful artificial intelligence to improve both hardware and software (AI). Tesla will organize AI Day #2 in September 2022, rather than the initial date of August 19, in order to recruit the top talent to the organization.
Musk claims that the business is close to completing a working prototype of its Optimus humanoid robot. This might happen as soon as September, according to his Twitter remark, “AI Day #2 will be epic.” This statement is incredible since the corporation may be able to produce a functioning robot as soon as a year after it is announced, which is a very short timeline.
Musk attempted to explain the significance of the company's latest development during the 2021 Earnings Call. He stated that the humanoid robot is the most critical product development that Tesla is working on this year in terms of priority. Furthermore, Musk stated that Optimus has the potential to become more important than the automobile industry over time.
The company's CEO also discussed the significance of the new discovery. Because labor is the foundation of any economy, he believes Tesla Bot will become a universal replacement for human labor. The robot will also help to ease the labor shortage that has arisen as a result of the large drop in the birth rate, which will become a concern in the future.
Musk stated once again that Optimus will demonstrate its full value in the coming years. He believes that the Optimus program will be worth more than the company's automotive industry and FSD in the long run. “The importance of Optimus will become apparent in the coming years. Those who are insightful or listen carefully will understand that Optimus will ultimately be
Musk initially revealed the robot in August 2021 at Tesla's AI Day event. In the future, the 5-foot-8-inch, 125-pound machine is expected to take over dangerous, repetitive, physical work from humans, according to the manufacturer. Tesla’s Optimus would be powered by the same artificial intelligence system that powers the company's driver-assistance systems, such as Autopilot.
Musk’s “robot” performed a dance for the crowd at AI Day, but it was an actor dressed in a body suit made to appear like the robot. Musk stated that the goal was to develop a machine that would reduce labor costs. Of course, it's designed to be nice and navigate around a world of humans while avoiding risky, repetitive, and uninteresting duties.
Tesla's 'human bot' revealed 2021
The Tesla Technoking, who has previously cautioned about the perils of AI, also stated that the robot is being built such that humans will be able to outpace or overpower it if something goes wrong. Apparently, the robot would stand five feet eight inches tall and weigh 125 pounds. It can carry up to 45 pounds, lift up to 150 pounds, and go at a top speed of 5 miles per hour. It will have a "screen for useful information" on its face.