Tesla announces that two autonomous humanoid robots are working in one of its factories.

The humanoid robots were being trained using virtual reality and remote control.
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Tesla announces that two of its Optimus humanoid robots are performing work autonomously in one of its main factories. This is the first time Tesla robots have operated without human intervention in a production environment.

Tesla’s progress

Tesla’s recent surge in communications can be attributed to Elon Musk’s controversial $55 billion compensation package. While the primary purpose of these communications appears to be to support Musk’s compensation, they have resulted in increased disclosures about the company.

In recent months, Tesla has been issuing numerous communications, demonstrating each of the company’s accomplishments under Elon Musk’s leadership. These releases emphasize, since the approval of the salary package in 2018, the company has made progress on its main objectives.

In addition, it has been releasing numerous videos and reports on the progress of Tesla’s robots. Until recently, these robots were being trained using virtual reality and remote control, performing tasks under human supervision in a laboratory environment, similar to a puppet.

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The development and training of humanoid robots

Elon Musk’s recent announcement, through the social network X that Optimus robots now operate autonomously in a factory. Tesla had previously set this target for the end of the year, and it appears that they have managed to meet it ahead of schedule.

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The presentation of the Gen 2 robot. Source: Tesla

Elon Musk has hinted that the Optimus Gen 2 robot could be available for sale next year, with an estimated cost of “less than half the cost of a car,” which would equate to approximately $25,000. This affordable price could revolutionize the personal and industrial robotics market.

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Source: Electrek

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