Tesla’s Optimus Robot Masters the Egg Challenge

Tesla has released a new video showing the latest version of its second-gen humanoid machine. The robot appears to have enhanced dexterity, faster walking speed, improved balance, and full-body control. The actuators and sensors designed by Tesla seem to have played a crucial role in the robot’s improved capabilities. The hands of the robot now have 11 degrees of freedom, allowing it to handle objects more delicately. However, while the mechanical improvements are impressive, the real challenge lies in developing robust artificial intelligence for the robot to operate safely and independently in the real world.

It may still be many years before Tesla’s vision of a general-purpose, bi-pedal humanoid robot capable of performing various tasks becomes a reality. This is especially true given Tesla’s AI-related issues with its cars, as evidenced by the recent recall of nearly all its shipped vehicles in the US.