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Elon Musk Unveils Humanoid Robot OPTIMUS At Tesla AI Conference


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Yay - it will take your job away!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/sep/30/tesla-optimus-humanoid-robot-elon-musk-ai-day

 

By contrast, he said, Optimus would be an “extremely capable robot”, to be made in very high volume – ultimately millions of units – and it was expected to cost much less than a car, at under $20,000.

 

Musk was also expected to discuss Tesla’s long-delayed self-driving technology.

 

In May, the CEO said that the world’s most valuable carmaker would be “worth basically zero” without achieving full self-driving capability, and it faces growing regulatory investigations, as well as technological hurdles.

 

“There will be lots of technical detail & cool hardware demos,” Musk wrote on Twitter late on Wednesday, adding that the event was aimed at recruiting engineers.

 

Tesla’s live demonstration record is mixed. Launches typically draw cheers, but in 2019, when Musk had an employee hurl a steel ball at the armored window of a new electric pickup truck, the glass cracked.

 

The key test for the robot is whether it can handle unexpected situations.

Musk announced Tesla’s plan for humanoid robots at its AI day in August last year and delayed this year’s event from August to have its robot prototype working, with a plan to start production possibly next year.

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2 hours ago, Truthblast said:

Yay - it will take your job away!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/sep/30/tesla-optimus-humanoid-robot-elon-musk-ai-day

 

By contrast, he said, Optimus would be an “extremely capable robot”, to be made in very high volume – ultimately millions of units – and it was expected to cost much less than a car, at under $20,000.

 

Musk was also expected to discuss Tesla’s long-delayed self-driving technology.

 

In May, the CEO said that the world’s most valuable carmaker would be “worth basically zero” without achieving full self-driving capability, and it faces growing regulatory investigations, as well as technological hurdles.

 

“There will be lots of technical detail & cool hardware demos,” Musk wrote on Twitter late on Wednesday, adding that the event was aimed at recruiting engineers.

 

Tesla’s live demonstration record is mixed. Launches typically draw cheers, but in 2019, when Musk had an employee hurl a steel ball at the armored window of a new electric pickup truck, the glass cracked.

 

The key test for the robot is whether it can handle unexpected situations.

Musk announced Tesla’s plan for humanoid robots at its AI day in August last year and delayed this year’s event from August to have its robot prototype working, with a plan to start production possibly next year.

 

 

A taste of things to come.... from past to present?

 

 

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16 hours ago, Truthblast said:

Yay - it will take your job away!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/sep/30/tesla-optimus-humanoid-robot-elon-musk-ai-day

 

By contrast, he said, Optimus would be an “extremely capable robot”, to be made in very high volume – ultimately millions of units – and it was expected to cost much less than a car, at under $20,000.

 

Musk was also expected to discuss Tesla’s long-delayed self-driving technology.

 

In May, the CEO said that the world’s most valuable carmaker would be “worth basically zero” without achieving full self-driving capability, and it faces growing regulatory investigations, as well as technological hurdles.

 

“There will be lots of technical detail & cool hardware demos,” Musk wrote on Twitter late on Wednesday, adding that the event was aimed at recruiting engineers.

 

Tesla’s live demonstration record is mixed. Launches typically draw cheers, but in 2019, when Musk had an employee hurl a steel ball at the armored window of a new electric pickup truck, the glass cracked.

 

The key test for the robot is whether it can handle unexpected situations.

Musk announced Tesla’s plan for humanoid robots at its AI day in August last year and delayed this year’s event from August to have its robot prototype working, with a plan to start production possibly next year.

 

What an all-round useless piece of shit. And that's musk best achievment. If i saw something as ugly as that on the dancefloor i would run like fuck. I thought dad dancing was embarrasing, until elon's girlfriend trotted out and showed us her best moves. Urgh. Just imagine being at the club and scoring with that disgusting  thing. Stick your dick in their lads and you'll get a 240v electric shock

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13 hours ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

David Icke is right about Musk. He'd stand by and laugh as his robots ground our faces into the dirt.

 JUst like he fucked up his spacex falcon rockets, then applauded them as a success

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18 hours ago, Truthblast said:

Yay - it will take your job away!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/sep/30/tesla-optimus-humanoid-robot-elon-musk-ai-day

 

By contrast, he said, Optimus would be an “extremely capable robot”, to be made in very high volume – ultimately millions of units – and it was expected to cost much less than a car, at under $20,000.

 

Musk was also expected to discuss Tesla’s long-delayed self-driving technology.

 

In May, the CEO said that the world’s most valuable carmaker would be “worth basically zero” without achieving full self-driving capability, and it faces growing regulatory investigations, as well as technological hurdles.

 

“There will be lots of technical detail & cool hardware demos,” Musk wrote on Twitter late on Wednesday, adding that the event was aimed at recruiting engineers.

 

Tesla’s live demonstration record is mixed. Launches typically draw cheers, but in 2019, when Musk had an employee hurl a steel ball at the armored window of a new electric pickup truck, the glass cracked.

 

The key test for the robot is whether it can handle unexpected situations.

Musk announced Tesla’s plan for humanoid robots at its AI day in August last year and delayed this year’s event from August to have its robot prototype working, with a plan to start production possibly next year.

It sucks... It could have advanced AI (we can't tell after this video) but its moves are really poor... They should learn from Boston Dynamics... These are good indeed. BTW in 2020 Hyundai bought them... Probably Musk should buy Hyundai if he thinks seriously about robots xD

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20 hours ago, Talorgan said:

Still think it is  walking like it's kaked

it's pants though 

Sure there is another one bit more realistic 

 

Maybe it was... um... sexually abused before it got on stage?

 

Like in the behind?

 

Ha ha ha ha...

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1 hour ago, Useyournous said:

What does the f*cker identify as, I don't want to offend.

 

"Artfully hand assembled, multi-tasking capable, artificial intelligence directed human replacing metal and plastic new era genius person overlord with more brain power than Homo Sapiens. Pronouns: Sir/Lord/Boss."

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39 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

 

"Artfully hand assembled, multi-tasking capable, artificial intelligence directed human replacing metal and plastic new era genius person overlord with more brain power than Homo Sapiens. Pronouns: Sir/Lord/Boss."

It sounds a little sexist don't you think? 😋

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On 10/2/2022 at 9:43 AM, jack121 said:

 JUst like he fucked up his spacex falcon rockets, then applauded them as a success

As of October 20 2022 rockets from the Falcon family have been launched 190 times over 12 years, resulting in 188 full mission successes (98.9%), one partial success (SpaceX CRS1 delivered its cargo to the International Space Station (ISS), but a secondary payload was stranded in a lower-than-planned orbit), and one full failure (the SpaceX CRS7 spacecraft was lost in flight in an explosion). Additionally, one rocket and its payload AMOS 6 were destroyed before launch in preparation for an on-pad static fire test. The currently active version, Falcon 9 block 5 has flown 130 missions, all full successes.

On 20 October 2022 Falcon 9 set a new record of 48 launches (all successful) by the same launch vehicle type in a calendar year. The previous record was held by Soyuz U which had 47 launches (45 successful) in 1979.

All launches since October 20th have also been 100% sucesess.

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These robots are crap.

I read about one the Chinese had invested billions in, it took six months for it to emulate 4 minutes of a human's reactions.

 

God made us, natural organic miracles, trillionfold computers in comparison, something more miraculous than any of these Schwab loons can ever achieve. All they have is PR, mind control, propaganda and marketing to sell the idea of soulless entities versus humans.

 

Most of the entities you see on TV and pop videos and films arent human any more. Theyre controlled by demonic forces. They have made a deal to live forever via synthetic means. Please try and beseach any children you know who are following these demons, to follow the Most High instead, for eternal bliss, instead of eternity in the hell they sell. Still time to save their precious souls.

 

If you care about them, it's now or never.

 

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