Tesla has begun to send invitations to selected customers and supporters, inviting them to participate in the annual Artificial Intelligence (AI) Day event scheduled for September 30, 2022.
At that time, Tesla will announce its latest advances in artificial intelligence, including fully autonomous driving (FSD), humanoid robots, artificial intelligence training Dojo D1 chips, and more, the company said. In addition to sharing new advances in artificial intelligence, Tesla typically uses the event to attract new engineering talent to work for the company.
So far, Tesla's FSD system has been tested for nearly two years. Currently, the system has more than 100,000 testers. Tesla hopes to get closer to Level 5 autonomous driving by perfecting its FSD beta.
In early September this year, Tesla officially raised the price of the FSD system in North America from $12,000 to $15,000, an increase of 25%.
It is reported that Tesla's humanoid robot will debut at the Tesla AI Day event held in August 2021, and it will also appear at the Tesla AI Day event held on September 30 this year.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk once said that this robot is about the height and weight of an adult, can carry or carry heavy objects and can walk in small steps. The screen on its face communicates with people. interactive interface. The robot was originally positioned to replace people in repetitive, boring, and dangerous jobs, but the vision is to make it serve thousands of households, such as cooking, mowing lawns, and caring for the elderly.
It is reported that Musk is developing plans to deploy thousands of humanoid robots in his Texas Gigafactory, and will eventually deploy millions of humanoid robots around the world.
At last year's AI Day event, Tesla announced its latest AI training chip, the Dojo D1. Manufactured on TSMC's 7nm process, the chip integrates as many as 50 billion transistors, half the size of Intel's Ponte Vecchio computing chips.