The Musk Robot for the Great Human Replacement By James Reed
I do not know why Elon Musk is regarded as some sort of hero of the people, by contrast to say Bill gates and even George Soros. As far as I am aware, Soros is not working on a replacement of humans by robots. Yet this is precisely where Musk is going, with his humanoid robot Optimus. The goal is to produce these robots, that are ultimately intended to be able to do most jobs humans do, and to produce the robots for under US $ 20,000. If these things can be created it will accelerate the end of work. Of course, in an alternative society this development could create an age of leisure for us, but in the present Great Reset, New World Order, the agenda will be depopulation and replacement.
“Tesla (TSLA.O) CEO Elon Musk showed off on Friday a prototype of its humanoid robot 'Optimus', predicting the electric vehicle maker would be able to produce millions and sell them for under $20,000 - less than a third of the price of a Model Y.
Musk said he expected Tesla would be ready to take orders for the robot in three to five years, and described an effort to develop the product over a decade or more, the most detailed vision he has provided to date on a business he has said could be bigger than Tesla's EV revenue.
Tesla's push to design and build mass-market robots that would also be tested by working jobs in its factories sets it apart from other manufacturers that have experimented with humanoid robots.
The eagerly awaited reveal of prototype robots at Tesla's office in Palo Alto, California was also part of what Musk has described as an effort to have Tesla seen as a leader in fields like artificial intelligence, not just a company that makes "cool cars."
An experimental test robot that Tesla said was developed in February walked out to wave at the crowd on Friday, and Tesla showed a video of it doing simple tasks, such as watering plants, carrying boxes and lifting metal bars at a production station at the company's California plant.
But a more streamlined current one, which Musk said was closer to what he hoped to put into production, had to be rolled out on a platform and did a slow wave to the crowd. Musk called it Optimus and said it would be able to walk in a few weeks.”