Through a publication he wrote for the China Cyberspace Administration magazine, billionaire Elon Musk shared his thoughts on the potential benefits that human robots are likely to bring to humanity.
In addition to overseeing data security for major domestic companies like Alibaba and Tencent, China’s Cyberspace Administration Journal also censors online content with other government agencies.
As Musk left his post, prominent figures in the Chinese industry, such as Eric Jing, the head of the Ant Group, offered his views on responsible technological development that promotes inclusivity. Musk shared his vision of using technology to ensure humanity’s future.
According to Musk, Tesla robots will be able to assist millions of families in their daily tasks such as cooking, mowing the lawn, or caring for the elderly.
Musk emphasized once again his dream of building a self-sufficient smart city on Mars. Neuralink, a company working on ideas to link the human brain and the computer, is also given a certain role in the future.
Next month, Tesla’s CEO intends to show a working prototype of the robots he is developing, while mass production will begin at his Texas facility next year.
According to Elon Musk, such robots will perform simple, repetitive tasks initially, but over time, their software will evolve to the point where they can perform more complex tasks and understand what humans need, enabling them to serve an increasing number of people as assistants in human tasks.