Tesla robot will be ready by next year

Tesla robot will be ready by next year

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The CEO of an American electric vehicle and clean energy company Tesla, Inc. Elon Musk announced on Thursday that Tesla is building a humanoid robot and aims to have a prototype ready by next year.

Elon Musk, a billionaire businessman at the tesla event said that this humanoid robot will be like a friend to humans. And will help people in their daily routine work like going to store to bring groceries and helping fix cars, and will do “boring, repetitive and dangerous” tasks that people do not like to do.

This robot will be capable of attaching bolts to cars with a wrench or handling groceries.

The weight of this robot is 56.699 Kg and will stand around 5 feet 8 inches long.

A screen will be installed in the form of a face in this robot. Musk added that this robot has eight cameras and runs about 5 miles per hour, so users can “most likely overpower it.” 

Some parts of Auto Pilot Driver with both hardware and software will be used in this robot for assistance.

According to Elon Musk, there is no fixed timeline by Tesla for its commercial launch. And this humanoid robot has a deep impact on the Company. So it is deep sound for the company not to make it too heavy on pocket.


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The labor shortage will go away-Tesla robot

This robot can significantly reduce the fear of labor shortages.

Because modern technology and new inventions have made everything easier for people. A new era is about, to begin with, artificial intelligence technology, but it would not be wrong to say that it has begun.

The robot, which is an artificial human. Helps people with tasks, such as fetching goods from the market, cleaning, driving, and fixing cars.

It made things easier for people. And the cycle of labor was greatly reduced.

Cars have crashed

The announcement of the robot came in the form of an investigation into a collision with an emergency vehicle parked in the United States under Tesla’s autopilot automated driving system. According to the report of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Seventeen people were injured and one was killed.


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