American electric car manufacturing giant, Tesla, is at the top of the electric car market. At the moment, a single Tesla car uses multiple chips and microchips with strong processing power. However, if the recent reports are anything to go by, then Tesla microchips will hit new highs in a few years. According to recent reports, a new study by car and van rental company Vanarama, reveals that by 2033, Tesla smart cars will be smarter than humans. Vanarama analyzed the processing power of Tesla microchips. It found that Tesla microchips will surpass the human brain (1 quadrillion operations per second) in 11 years (ie 2033). Also, Tesla’s D1 chip is 30 times more powerful than the chip they used six years ago. This suggests that there is consistent growth in Tesla chip development.
Tesla microchips consistently develop
At last year’s Tesla AI Day event, Tesla released its self-developed neural network training chip, the D1 chip. This chip comes with 1 transistor, 354 training nodes, and the internal circuit alone is 17.7 kilometres long. This combination enables the device to achieve supercomputing power and super bandwidth.
In early June this year, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk posted that the second Tesla AI Day event will be postponed from August 19 to September 30. At this event, the company may release the humanoid robot Optimus Prime prototype. In mid-August, Musk claimed that Tesla’s humanoid robots could be cheaper than cars in the future. In addition, he also said that the height and weight of this robot are close to that of an adult. It can carry or carry heavy objects, and it can also walk quickly in small steps. The screen on its face is an interactive interface for communicating with people. Musk once said on Twitter that the purpose of Tesla’s AI Day event is to convince excellent artificial intelligence, software or chip talents to join Tesla.