Job listings show Musk’s “thousands of humanoid robots” in factories

Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink – Elon Musk’s companies have significantly changed the way people do things. Now the tech billionaire intends to overhaul the way companies run things by introducing humanoid robots called Tesla bots, first in factories and eventually in other areas of society, including our homes.

Tesla is expected to hold its 2022 AI Day on Friday, September 30, and one of the main attractions will be the humanoid robot Tesla Bot, which Musk refers to as Optimus. The American electric vehicle company has intensified its plan to develop the Tesla Bot, according to its job postings, and is trying to fill 20 positions for the said project.

“Tesla is on track to build humanoid biped robots at scale to automate repetitive and tedious tasks,” reads one of the job postings for “Motion Planning & Navigation, Tesla Bot.” “Most importantly, you will see your work being repeatedly delivered to and used by thousands of humanoid robots in our factories.”

Musk previously said the first version of the Tesla Bot would be programmed with features related to completing simple, repetitive tasks, making the humanoid robot ideal for factory settings. Interestingly, Musk announced in June that the reason Tesla AI Day 2, originally scheduled for August 19, was delayed was because the team needed time to get a working Tesla Bot prototype ready for public demonstration to have.

The tech billionaire’s vision for the five-foot, 125-pound Optimus goes beyond the Tesla factory floor. He envisions an army of humanoid robots capable of doing chores and housekeeping.

“Develop the next generation of automation, including a universal, bipedal, humanoid robot capable of performing unsafe, repetitive, or tedious tasks.” Tesla described the project on the AI ​​page of its official website.

“This has the potential, in my view, to become more significant than the vehicle business over time,” Musk noted during Tesla’s January conference call. Last week, Musk said that Optimus will be controlled by the AI ​​developed by the company’s Autopilot team, which is also responsible for the self-driving software in its electric vehicles.

The CEO also mentioned in the past that the Tesla Bot could be available for the consumer market sometime in 2023.

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