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Tesla is stepping into the future with their 5'8" prototype for a new use of neural networks and powerful Dojo. Photo by Arno Senoner on Unsplash

By Saif Ahmed

What if a robot came to the store and picked up your groceries for you?


Elon Musk does not do what you think. The news comes during the company's inaugural AI Day to be streamed on their website. With AI Day, Tesla is stepping into the future with their 5'8" prototype for a new use of neural networks and powerful Dojo. This bot was proposed as non-automotive robotic use for work of neural networks and its Dojo advanced supercomputer, if one thinks about what we are doing with cars. This significant news comes during the company's inaugural AI Day, in which Elon Musk discussed how they are working on neural networks and their most powerful Dojo advanced supercomputer to improve its work for non-automotive robotic use cases like this new bot proposal.

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Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, said that we are on a journey to make humans into cyborgs. With self-driving cars becoming more mainstream than ever before, robots will soon be everywhere. Photo by Lukas on Unsplash



Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, said that we are on a journey to make humans into cyborgs. With self-driving cars becoming more mainstream than ever before, robots will soon be everywhere. And with these semi sentient machines already roaming our roads, it only makes sense for them to inhabit an aesthetically appealing form such as humanoids, so they can become household friends instead of looming strangers in disguise or potential threats lurking just outside your window every night when you go to sleep. Tesla is not the only automaker or company that produces a humanoid robot; Honda's Asimo robot has been around for decades, and it's incredibly advanced too of these robots on wheels with an energetic battery !

He has dreamt up a robot that will replace all the human drudgery and be your personal assistant. The 125-pound machine would have a walking gait of 5 miles per hour, with an expressive face screen set to display important information at any time. In addition, Elon is imagining this as replacing much work currently done by humans - not just labor jobs like construction or grocery store employees, but things like accountants for tax preparation too! He's new invention might save you from some monotonous tasks in life such as accounting for taxes or carrying groceries home after shopping trips because he envisions it being able to do those things instead.

Tesla's artificial intelligence robot is one of the most anticipated technologies to be released in recent years. Photo by Manny Becerra on Unsplash



Tesla is not your average car with battery. It's a futuristic, technology-laden vehicle that could be the future of transportation, and now it has its own humanoid robot to make home life easier too! Named simply Tesla-Bot, this little helper will autonomously clean up around you with vacuum cleaners in hands as well as mops for floors. All while keeping an eye on what you're doing, so she doesn't accidentally bump into anything or get caught underfoot by our clumsy human bodies. Is it just because Tesla offers a platform for AI development? Or is it because their new robotic companion may one day become more than just another helpful household accessory, but something we can bring everywhere, from my kitchen floor to office conference rooms.

Tesla's artificial intelligence robot is one of the most anticipated technologies to be released in recent years. It will have a vision-based supercomputer that will power it and also act as its brain, which means we might not need our phones anymore! Imagine being able to ask for your eggs without having to speak or text someone; just push a button on Tesla's humanoid AI robots arm, and they'll do anything you want them too...even buy some eggs from the store with their own money if necessary.



KEYWORDS: AI Day, Dojo, Elon Musk, Tesla, Tesla-Bot, Honda's Asimo robot


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