Did you hear about Elon Musk’s latest innovation?
Elon Musk recently stated that he is working on a humanoid robot that would be able to assist with tasks that take a long time to complete and that a person cannot do.
The question here is, Can robots do the activities that humans do??
Let us first know what Tesla Bot is….
Well, Tesla Bot is a nimble 125-pound robot that features artificial intelligence and autopilot for a Tesla vehicle to follow and navigate the roads and of a speed 8 kilometers per hour.
Images of robots in action scenes from I Robot, The Terminator, and other sci-fi films have flooded social media. But it’s the underlying technology of actual humanoid robots that should concern us, as well as the influence they’ll have on civilization.
Musk’s vision of a future in which human technology is spared includes self-driving cars, missiles, and the machines he developed. People will be more compatible and integrated with robots in the future, and when you look at Musk’s ideas, you’ll see that the future is based on sensors, energy infrastructure, motors, and computers. which, when combined, will revolutionize technology.
Tesla Bot may be a tiny step away from Musk’s vision of revolutionary technology, but it will raise major concerns!!
The major questions asked when hearing about Elon Musk’s marvelous innovations.
What is the responsibility of Musk’s vision? Does he have to work for the future of his goals? Is it possible that he is trying to do something greater than this for humanity? Who will bear the consequences if things go wrong?
Some people have expressed worry about the Tesla Bot, and while there may be other risks, it doesn’t mean it’s a bad concept or that Elon Musk can’t demonstrate his future potential with the Tesla Bot. For many individuals, the future seems bright thanks to technological advancements.
About Tesla Bot engineers:
They rely on Tesla’s autopilot for self-driving. This technology is not worth having complete faith in because there have been accidents and deaths linked to Tesla’s autopilot situation, leading us to wonder whether the technology will help people or not.
Naturally, the occurrence of these incidents does not inspire robots to employ the same technologies as Tesla utilizes, as you will see that technology is not the only issue.
Humans who make mistakes in the presence of Tesla’s autopilot, for example, are similar to individuals who advertise cars with contemporary technologies but are not aware of the road.
The question is whether these technologies should be used by robots in the presence of humans. And what about the Tesla Bot’s human errors?
Additionally, there are risks to privacy when the robot shares and gathers personal data that may be considered sensitive by some. This may include, but is not limited to, fighting crime and civil disobedience, and if the engineers fail to address this flaw, it might lead to catastrophic results.
People who created and will use this technology must ask themselves serious questions about whether or not this technology is good or bad for them financially and socially. What they did was purposefully meant to be dangerous without considering the risks. Or they may be equipping technology in ways no one imagined and that’s why it’s correct. A human-robot, for example, might put job security at risk while also having access to very powerful privacy monitoring tools.
Furthermore, if customers, investors, and others who are enthralled by the wonders of technology fail to grasp the vision, society faces danger, and the future is in the hands of the wealthy innovators whom I see without thinking. They are risking the future if their ideas about it will not fit with what most people want and aspire to.
Tesla Bot’s evolution will teach us that the future belongs to the person who develops it and is a part of it, rather than other obvious concerns of human development, as depicted in future science fiction films about sad robots.