Tesla chief and very rich person business visionary Elon Musk has upheld the expectation that there will be around one billion humanoid robots on Earth in twenty years. He took to X, previously Twitter, to back the expectation made by David Holz, the pioneer behind Man-made brainpower (computer based intelligence) research lab Midjourney. Holz said in a post last week that “we ought to expect a billion humanoid robots on earth during the 2040s and a hundred billion (generally outsider) robots all through the planetary group during the 2060s.”
A large number of Optimus robots
Prior in August 2021, Tesla fostered a model humanoid robot that the very rich person might see as adding to humankind arriving at that grand forecast. Musk said at an occasion in October 2022, that he wanted to ultimately make a great many the Optimus robots, which would convey an expected $20,000 sticker price per unit.
“Fantastic Optimus in 10 years”
Nonetheless, the robot was restricted in its capacities and Musk said that he wouldn’t request that it do more confounded errands since he “didn’t maintain that it should fall all over.” He said, “There’s still a great deal of work to be finished to refine Optimus. I think Optimus will be mind blowing in five or 10 years.”