Tesla Bot: What Does The Tesla Bot Do ?
Elon Musk has said that he is considering the Tesla Bot becoming not only a humanoid robot that can do useful tasks, but one where he can have it potentially develop a unique personality and be an companion.
According to Musk, Tesla Bot was designed to have a humanoid shape because that would allow humans to accept the Tesla Bot easier, which would help it better integrate itself in the world built for humans. Elon Musk has just announced Tesla is going to start developing a robot.
The so-called Tesla Bot is a concept of an elegant, human-like, 125-pound robot, which would integrate the companys car AI and Autopilot technologies, planning and following routes, driving through traffic in this case, pedestrians–and avoiding obstacles.
Tesla says its Tesla Bot is being proposed as non-car robot , meaning that it would run on AI and it would work via the companys advanced neural networking “Dojo,” an interfacing supercomputer Elon Musk says could handle really huge amounts of data. Musk said Tesla would create the Tesla Bot to perform useful jobs, and he has even suggested that it might be useful in solving a workforce shortage.
Using the same self-driving systems that power Tesla vehicles, Musk said that robots will eventually be capable of tasks like going to a store and buying a preset grocery list. Elon Musk has announced his plans for a new humanoid Tesla robot that will be good at mundane tasks,, but he is making a few common robotics mistakes with his grand plans
In 2021, Elon Musk says that the robot will share chips and sensors with his companys so-called Autopilot software, which has been heavily scrutinized by politicians and federal regulators.
His Optimus, a humanoid robot, will use components developed by Tesla, including the 2.3-kilowatt-hour battery pack carried inside the body, a system of chips, and actuators for controlling its limbs. Elon Musk has finally unveiled a prototype of the long-hyped Optimus robot – the two-legged machine Teslas chief executive is promising one day to market as a general-purpose robot cheaper than a car, equally able to do work at factories and household chores.
The long-hyped Optimus robot – the two-legged machine Teslas chief executive is promising one day to sell as a general-purpose robot cheaper than a car, equally able to do work at factories and household chores. Musk has really said that the robot will incorporate functions and features existing robots find hard, such as responding well to changes, and two-legged locomotion.