Tesla Optimus robot makes big strides in technical development

Tesla Optimus robot

This morning, Tesla released a video showing what its humanoid robot can do. We understand this may not be the news you were expecting. But we have to admit that the so-called Optimus Tesla robot is progressing rapidly.

In a way, this is a kind of report on the work that has been done. We have to say that there is still a long way to go before the Optimus Tesla bot is truly humanoid. But in the video, we can also see how it deals with various tasks that are really difficult in terms of technical implementation. Say that it can now recognize subjects and respond as it should be.

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Elon Musk introduced the Optimus Tesla bot at the company’s AI Day event back in 2017. However, Tesla was only able to show a disassembled version of the robot at the event. Even then, it was barely able to move forward or perform any physical labor on stage. Instead, Elon Musk showed the version that was supposed to be closer to a production model. That’s why we say that Tesla is now showing albeit slow-moving robots that are closer to that model.

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In terms of technical development, the Optimus Tesla robot has undergone some unique improvements. These include motor torque control, environmental sensing and memory, AI training from human tracking, and object manipulation. We should also mention that the Tesla humanoid robot was shown picking up objects from one container and placing them in another to illustrate how the AI was trained using a human demonstration.

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Tesla ought to begin production of the Tesla Bot when the company sends out the first of its much-anticipated Cybertrucks. But once it is ready, it will take priority over cars. As you can see, Elon Musk and his company are actively working on this project. They believe it will change the world economy. But we have to point out that not all tech giants think the same way. Sony, for example, has showed that it can build a humanoid robot in a matter of months. But the Japanese company sees no reason to do so.

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