Elon Musk: Tesla Humanoid Robot by 2022

Tesla will build a humanoid robot called Tesla Bot, CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday.

“We’re also good at sensors and batteries and we’ll probably have a prototype next year that looks like this,” Musk said,

The declaration was made as a component of AI Day, a progression of technical discussions facilitated by Tesla in California to select AI ability.

The Tesla Bot is an illustration of Musk’s dramatic artistry, where he reports that Tesla is chipping away at invigorating items booked for quite a long time into the future to stimulate supporters including workers, clients, and financial backers. Regularly, those declarations don’t occur during events anticipated.

For example, at an ‘Independence Day” occasion in April 2019, Musk said the organization would have 1 million independent “Robotaxis” out and about in 2020. Those Robotaxis are no place to be seen. In October 2016, Musk held an occasion at Universal Studios’ back part in Los Angeles to flaunt an item he called the Solar Roof. The sun-based rooftop tiles in plain view ended up being simply theoretical.

On the off chance that a humanoid robot works and can perform dull undertakings that only people can do today, Musk said, it gets the opportunity to change the world economy by driving work costs down.

In any case, Musk cautioned that the robot “likely will not work” right away.

“It’s intended to be friendly, of course, and navigate through a world of humans, and eliminate dangerous, repetitive and boring tasks,” Musk said.