Humanoid Robots of Tesla

Tesla is going to launch the humanoid robots, a prototype of humanoid robots most probably next year. This was announced by the CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk.

Tesla, Inc. is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Palo Alto, California, United States. Tesla’s current products include electric cars, battery energy storage from home to grid-scale, solar panels and solar roof tiles, as well as other related products and services. Tesla announced very interesting news about their newest product that they are planning to launch the prototype of it most probably in the next year. That is a humanoid robot. Tesla is planning to use this humanoid robot to handle the automated machines in the Tesla factories and to handle some software that is used to power the company’s internal workings.


This Tesla Bot which is to be launched is supposed to be a friendly level that also has the potential to perform mechanical level operations as well. The humanoid robot will be five feet, eight inches tall, weigh 125 pounds, and have a screen for a face. The code name for the bot inside the company will be “Optimus”. These Tesla Bots will have the capability to handle day-to-day physical tasks which are boring, unsafe to perform, and tasks that should be done repeatedly. This news about humanoid robots was first published in Tesla’s AI Day event by the CEO, Elon Musk. The event also convinced that they are working on some other AI and supercomputer technologies having the aim to make a self-driving car one day. Earlier also, Tesla was planning to work on some cool AI ideas such as a solar-powered Supercharger network, battery swapping, or robotic snake-style chargers. But they were not able to launch those smart AI ideas. So, one may think that there is a possibility that this idea of humanoid robots will be limited to words. However, Tesla has introduced the technical drawings of this Robot. Folks, let’s keep waiting till Tesla launches this amazing product. Stay alert with us for more interesting updates.

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