Tesla's annual AI Day is always one of the most highly anticipated events in the tech world - even if this is from mostly retail investors and those who are interested in the underlying technology. This year's event did not disappoint, with a number of big reveals about Tesla's plans for artificial intelligence and many details.
One of the most exciting announcements was the unveiling of an actual Tesla Bot, an AI assistant that will be available to all in about 3 to 5 years for around $20,000. Tesla Bot will one day be powered by natural language processing and will is powered by machine learning, and is designed to make your life easier.
Some of the features that Tesla Bot will offer include the ability to schedule charging, watering plants, carrying boxes around, and whatever else it ends up learning to do. Tesla Bot will also be able to answer questions about your Tesla vehicle, various subject matters, and provide you with real-time information about its status.
Tesla Bot is just one example of how Tesla is using artificial intelligence to improve technology and make the world a better place. With this new assistant, Tesla is making it clear that they are committed to leading the way in AI technology.
Yesterday, Tesla held its second "AI Day" at its headquarters in Palo Alto, California. The event was aimed at showcasing the company's progress in artificial intelligence and autonomous driving technologies.
Some of the big reveals at the event included:
- Tesla's new "Full Self-Driving" (FSD) computer, which is designed to power the company's future autonomous vehicles. Many more details were shown about how this works
- The FSD computer is capable of processing up to 21 billion operations per second (compared to just 2.5 billion for a standard automotive computer).
- Tesla's new "Autopilot" features, which will allow drivers to take their hands off the wheel and feet off the pedals in certain conditions.
- The company's plans to roll out a fleet of autonomous taxis for the future and release FSD Beta in a wide release by the end of 2022.
- Seeing an actual Tesla Bot walk on the stage without a harness for the first time and show some waves and dance moves.
Overall, it was a very exciting day for Tesla fans and those interested in the future of AI and autonomous vehicles.
Tesla's Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology is the company's ultimate goal for autonomous driving, and they've been working hard to bring it to market. Yesterday, Tesla held their first ever AI Day, where they shared some big reveals about their progress on FSD.
So far, Tesla has not been able to achieve Level 5 autonomy in their vehicles, meaning that the car can drive itself completely independently under all conditions. This would be a huge accomplishment, as most other companies are still working on Level 4 autonomy or below (which requires a human driver to be present at all times).
The biggest reveal from AI Day was Tesla's new neural network and a working prototype of the Tesla Bot. There was also the reveal of the Dojo chip which will go into operation in early 2023. Tesla FSD will need to utilize this technology for faster training and Dojo may even be offered as a service for computer power.
Tesla has open sourced many of their technologies for others to use, but so far, it doesn't look like anyone is taking advantage of this. All in all, it was a very exciting day for Tesla and autonomous
Future of AI
Yesterday Tesla held their first ever AI Day, and it was packed with big reveals about the future of the company's autonomous driving program and Tesla Bot plans. CEO Elon Musk started things off with a keynote address after the Tesla Bot came on stage.
After Elon's opening remarks, it was time for the experts to take the stage. Many different people from Tesla came to talk about Tesla Bot, from its battery pack, to its processing, to its hands, and how its limbs and tendons work. The goal is to make a useful humanoid robot as fast as possible.
Overall, it was a fascinating glimpse into the future of Tesla's autonomous driving program and AI technology with Tesla Bot. The company is making great progress on all fronts, and it's clear that they're serious about making self-driving cars a reality and a working and useful humanoid robot. If you're interested in autonomous driving, be sure to check out Tesla AI Day on Tesla's YouTube channel – it was well worth the watch!
See the full event below from Tesla:
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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.