Musk reveals the robot Optimus.. it will challenge humans with these characteristics

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Speaking at the Qatar Economic Forum on Tuesday, Musk said that a prototype of the robot will be shown in "Artificial Intelligence Day" in Tesla On September 30, according to the website "The Verge".

Wide "Optimus" Which was announced for the first time last August, at a height of approximately 180 cm, and will be able to walk at a speed of 8 km per hour, and lift weights of approximately 70 kg.

The robot will be designed to handle the tasks "Dangerous and boring" In the factory and other places, but it will be "ودودا" Like a pet, to quote mask.

The robot is expected to be able to handle a range of jobs, such as connecting screws to cars with a wrench, and picking up groceries at stores.

Previously released models suggest that it may look a lot like robots "NS5" In an American science fiction movie "iRobot" Starring Will Smith in 2004.

Speaking to British journalist John Micklethwait through a live link at the forum in Doha, Musk said: "I hope we’ll have an interesting prototype to show people in a few months".

And the Tesla robot is set to include technologies "Self-driving" Used in Tesla electric cars, which will allow the robot to recognize objects in the real world, although the robot will have custom sensors and actuators.

Tesla cameras will be installed in the front of the robot’s head and its internal workings will be powered by the company’s fully self-driving computer.

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Speaking at the Qatar Economic Forum on Tuesday, Musk said that a prototype of the robot will be displayed on “Artificial Intelligence Day” in Tesla On September 30, according to The Verge.

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The “Optimus”, which was first announced last August, will stand at a height of approximately 180 cm, and will be able to walk at a speed of 8 km per hour, and lift weights of approximately 70 kg.

The robot will be designed to handle “dangerous and boring” tasks in the factory and other places, but it will be “friendly” like a pet, he said. mask.

The robot is expected to be able to handle a range of jobs, such as connecting screws to cars with a wrench, and picking up groceries at stores.

Previously released models suggest it might look a lot like the NS5 robots in the 2004 US science fiction movie iRobot starring Will Smith.

“Hopefully we’ll have an interesting prototype to show to people in a matter of months,” Musk said, speaking to British journalist John Micklethwaite through a live link at the forum in Doha.

The Tesla robot is set to include “self-driving” technologies used in Tesla electric cars, which will allow the robot to recognize objects in the real world, although the robot will have custom sensors and actuators.

Tesla cameras will be installed in the front of the robot’s head and its internal workings will be powered by the company’s fully self-driving computer.

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