Musk said he would probably launch a humanoid robot prototype next year, which is designed to do ‘boring, repetitious and dangerous’ work.
The billionaire chief executive of Tesla said the robot, which would be about 5ft 8in (1.7 metres) tall and weigh 56kg, would be able to handle tasks such as attaching bolts to cars with a spanner or picking up groceries at shops.
Musk was speaking at Tesla’s AI Day event, but gave no indication of having made concrete progress on actually building such a machine. At the point when a normal tech launch might feature a demonstration of a prototype model, Musk instead brought out an actor in a bodysuit, who proceeded to breakdance to a soundtrack of electronic dance music
Credit to : The Guardian