Tesla plans to launch the first humanoid robot prototype this year

Tesla CEO Elon Musk claimed that Tesla’s humanoid robots may be cheaper than cars in the future. It is reported that Tesla’s humanoid robot will debut at the Tesla AI Day event held in August 2021, and it will also appear at the Tesla AI Day event held on September 30 this year.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has revealed new details about the Optimus humanoid robot in an article published in a magazine. He said that the height and weight of this robot are close to that of an adult, it can carry or carry heavy objects, and it can also walk quickly. The screen on its face is an interactive interface for communicating with people.

Details of the robot also include that it is about 1.73 meters tall and weighs 113 pounds. It will carry the self-driving computer used in Tesla vehicles, which will allow the humanoid robot to recognize objects in the real world.

Musk said: “Tesla robots were originally positioned to replace people in repetitive, boring, and dangerous jobs, but the long-term goal is to make them serve thousands of households, such as cooking, mowing lawns, and caring for the elderly.”

In addition, he said the company plans to launch the first prototype of the robot this year, focusing on making the robot smarter and solving problems for mass production.

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