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Tesla releases humanoid robot “Optimus Prime” Cheaper than a car

On October 1, Tesla held an artificial intelligence day in Palo Alto, California, and released the much-anticipated humanoid intelligent robot “Optimus”. Musk said the robot will cost less than $20,000, cheaper than a car, and will eventually produce millions of units.

Cheaper than a car!  Tesla releases humanoid robot "Optimus Prime"

  It is reported that the Optimus weighs 73kg, consumes 100w when sitting still, and 500w when walking slowly. It has a built-in 2.3 kWh battery pack. Its brain uses the Tesla supercomputer system Dojo, which can squat, hold boxes, grab objects, and even water flowers. The robot has more than 200 degrees of freedom, its bionic fingers have 27 degrees of freedom, and the neck, hands, legs and torso are equipped with 40 electromechanical actuators. Thanks to Dojo, with Tesla’s high-bandwidth, low-latency connectors, the computing power is as high as 9PFLOPs (9 petaflops) and the I/O bandwidth is as high as 36TB/s in a volume of less than 1 cubic foot.

  The Optimus face is equipped with 8 Autopilot cameras, which can monitor the distance up to 250 meters. Humans are also efficient at some things, but not so efficient at other times, said Lizzie Miskovetz, a senior mechanical design engineer at Tesla and a member of the engineering team.

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