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Tesla Bot vs Boston Dynamics Atlas Humanoid Robot



Tesla Bot unveiling vs Boston Dynamics Atlas robot technology. #TeslaBot #AtlasRobot #BostonDynamics – NewsTechTV

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Tesla Bot, a friendly humanoid robot powered by vehicle AI, is unveiled by Elon Musk.

Will we ever live in a world where we have to rely on robots to conduct our food shopping? Elon Musk seemed to agree. Tesla CEO Elon Musk presented the Tesla Bot, a humanoid robot that uses the same artificial intelligence as the automaker’s fleet of self-driving cars, on Thursday. A dancing performer disguised as a robot appeared during Musk’s presentation. A working version of the robot was not available.  The five-foot-eight-inch robot will be made of “lightweight materials” and will be equipped with Tesla’s autopilot cameras for sensing its surroundings.

“It’s designed to be friendly and navigate around a world constructed for humans,” Musk joked. Despite declaring AI the “greatest risk we face as a civilisation,” Musk pointed out that humans could quickly race and dominate the Tesla Bot, and even train it to automate mundane jobs like grocery shopping. “At Tesla, we’re aiming to develop practical AI that people enjoy and that is undeniably good.” Now for the burning question on everyone’s mind: Is it a joke?

Boston Dynamics previously posted videos of its Atlas robot performing parkour. In their latest video release 2  bipedal Atlas humanoid robots can be seen jumping up the levels of a tiered platform, running across and balancing over a balance beam.

The Atlas robot, which can also run, do backflips, and handstands among other things, has shown remarkable balance when parkouring. The difference is that the robot can now adjust its behavior in response to what it sees in the environment. This eliminates the need for developers to pre-program jumping motions for any platform and gap the robot may encounter. It has evolved into a more self-sufficient athlete.

“We’re trying to figure out how to push it to its boundaries, and sometimes operate at those limits,” says Atlas controls lead Benjamin Stephens. “We can learn a lot about how to construct robots that can fall on their faces and get back up and do it again from that.”

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6 Comments

  1. There's nothing for me to comment on here I haven't seen the Tesla robot yet

  2. Tesla bot would be a great companion with somebody after surgery after a brain computer interface without them rehabilitate into understand except in the be excited about their new reality

  3. Tesla bot would work great with BCI the robot could be with the patient in surgery and and after board to help them integrate after surgery