Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and cofounder of Tesla, Inc. has just unveiled a new technology that is set to ease mankind of the daily challenges of carrying out strenuous physical activities. Called "Tesla bot", this new AI powered humanoid is set to advanced machine systems to carryout heavy duty industrial jobs.
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The business magnate just unveiled the concept at Tesla's AI Day event on Friday. According to him, the humanoid which will be 5ft 8in (1.7m) tall and weigh 125 pounds (56kg) would be capable of handling tasks such as using spanners to bolt cars in the factory and helping people pick up groceries.
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Humanoids are one of the most popular science technologies in the world today and as time goes by many manufacturers are making new approaches to make sure it benefits humans. According to Musk, Tesla's humanoid will be launched in 2022 and it will serve a great deal for many business industries.
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