Elon Musk’s Humanoid Robot Faces Concerns from Experts

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Elon Musk's humanoid robot project is facing concerns

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Job listings from Elon Musk’s Texas-based Tesla company show that Tesla plans to deploy thousands of human-like, or humanoid, robots within its factories.

The robots are being called Tesla Bot or Optimus. Musk says the number of Tesla Bots could one day reach millions around the world.

Musk said at a TED Talk that robots could be used in homes, do household work, and care for older people. They could even become a friend or adult partner.

Musk also said the robot business may be bigger than Tesla’s car business. Musk has been marketing Tesla as a company that does much more than just make self-driving vehicles.

 

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How is this any different than optimizing a factory and workflow for use with "traditional" factory robots? There's also a population decline that will lead to a decline in the number of workers.

If South Korea remains at a birth rate of 0.81 children per woman, and a birth rate of 49% women to 51% males its going to be a massive decline by 4 generations later.

if you take 1,000 women born this year it should be something like this
1,000 Women - Generation 0
~397 Women - Generation 1
~157 Women - Generation 2
~62 Women - Generation 3

Gen 4 Men+Women ~50, somewhere between 2.5-5% of the population of Gen 0
 

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Musk has said that humanoid robots do not have enough intelligence to operate in the real world without being clearly told what to do it.
 

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Musk has said that humanoid robots do not have enough intelligence to operate in the real world without being clearly told what to do it.

Just like people

The only difference it can take a few seconds to tell a robot, whereas a human will 5 years for just a bare minimum basic education.
 
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