Fold the laundry It is perhaps one of the most unpopular tasks in the family. Wouldn't it be great if you had a robot that could do this unpleasant task for you?
Tesla boss Elon Musk Showed exactly such a video: Robot robot Optimus He pulls a shirt out of the basket and folds it – albeit in the basket A snail's pace – Strictly together.
Musk points out that the robot is still doing this Not independent can be implemented. However, he only writes this 23 minutes after posting the original video – or rather about 20 minutes after UserTslalisa“It draws attention to this.
What's not shown in the video: There's a Tesla employee standing next to the robot holding Optimus Control gloves It is controlled semi-remotely by showing the movements that the robot copies. The control glove can be seen briefly in the bottom right corner of the video (around second 12).
The irony is great. Some even say that Elon Musk deliberately tried to deceive investors. Optimus should be portrayed as more capable than he actually is. If no one at
This is the second time in a short period of time that such fraud has been uncovered. It was recently revealed that Tesla appeared in a video about the Tesla's acceleration capabilities Electronic trucks I exaggerated.
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Autonomous versus remote-controlled robot
Brett Adcock, a robotics specialist, points out on X (formerly Twitter) that remote control is much less impressive than if the robot had the ability You learned yourself It will be implemented independently. His company introduced the humanoid robot last week Figure 1 Who knew how to use a coffee machine after watching people do it.
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The development of humanoid robots is still in its early stages, but humanoid robots Musculoskeletal system And the Leadership skills But it can actually be easily reproduced. With advances in artificial intelligence, already sophisticated devices could be replaced by “Smart brainSo it probably won't be long before robots can fold laundry, dust, or even perform simple home repairs on their own.
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