Last month, an article by Elon Musk about the prospects for the development of technologies that change people’s lifestyle appeared in the official publication of the China Cyberspace Affairs Administration, which oversees information security issues. Among other things, he shared his ideas about the areas of application of humanoid robots developed by Tesla.
“Tesla Inc. chief Elon Musk has contributed a column for the official publication of the Cyberspace Administration of China. The powerful agency that oversees data security for companies from Alibaba to Tencent. And works with other government organs to censor online content. The billionaire laid out a familiar vision for using technology to ensure humanity’s future for the July edition of the CAC’s official magazine. Joining local industry luminaries including Ant Group Co. Chairman Eric Jing, who offered his thoughts on responsible tech development that promotes inclusiveness” says Bloomberg.
Recall that the head of the company intends to demonstrate a workable prototype of such a Tesla Bot robot at the end of next month. And mass production will be available at an enterprise in Texas next year. Musk has previously explained that such robots will initially be used to perform simple and repetitive tasks. But over time their software will evolve to the level that allows them. To turn into everyday assistants for a large number of people.
Elon Musk is now sharing his future vision about robots
In his Chinese article, Elon Musk said that going forward, Tesla robots will “serve millions of households, participating in the process of cooking, lawn care and senior citizens.” Musk’s dream, as explained in the article, is the appearance on Mars of a self-sufficient city where people live. However, here he did not, in his usual manner, name the terms of the colonization of Mars at this level. The billionaire also assigns a certain role in the world of the future to the developments of the Neuralink company. Which specializes in implementing an interface between the human brain and a computer.