According to a report from Reuters, Telsa will demonstrate a humanoid robot at its AI Day coming up on September 30th. The prototype will come from the company’s “Optimus” project, and production of the machines could begin in 2023.
The company has demonstrated humanoid robots before, with more emphasis on the human side than the robot. Last year the company unveiled its “Tesla Bot” plans by having an actor in a robot costume come on stage and do a dance.
However, Telsa promised to have a working prototype in 2022. And Elon Musk appears to be ready to deliver. Back in June, the world’s richest man tweeted that the company was pushing AI Day to the end of September because they would be more likely to have a real-life Tesla Bot ready to go.
Tesla AI Day pushed to Sept 30, as we may have an Optimus prototype working by then
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 3, 2022
The company’s focus on humanoid robotics may go far beyond automated factory workers. According to the…
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