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“Transforming civilization” and “building a future of plenty”: Elon Musk presented Tesla's ambitious humanoid robot

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Elon Musk presents latest prototype of humanoid robot being developed by his Tesla electric car company. Optimus appeared on stage at a Silicon Valley event, where it waved to the audience and raised its knees. Mr Musk said the robot was work-in-progress but could be on sale to the public in a few years' time.
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Tesla boss Elon Musk presents humanoid robot Optimus

The tech billionaire claims the robot will change the future of physical work.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Elon Musk's new humanoid robot 'Optimus' can wave Howdy, costs around ₹16 lakh

Emphasizing on the production of the humanoid robot, Musk said 'Optimus' is slated to bring more business to the company than the cars manufactured by Tesla.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Optimus primed: Elon Musk unveils Tesla’s humanoid robot but admit it is ‘missing a brain’

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk said the electric vehicle maker's eagerly anticipated humanoid robot 'Optimus' would cost under $20,000 and cautioned it still had way to go before becoming fully functional.

2 months ago·Ireland
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Elon Musk unveils Tesla’s humanoid robot ‘Optimus’

Optimus – named after the protagonist in Hollywood franchise Transformers – was showcased at the electric vehicle maker’s “AI Day” event on Friday

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Musk presented the prototype of the humanoid robot Optimus (video)

Optimus is capable of performing simple tasks such as watering plants or carrying boxes

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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Musk first showed the Tesla Optimus humanoid robot

Tesla presented the development of its company, a humanoid robot that will do boring things instead of humans.

2 months ago·Kyiv, Ukraine
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