Elon Musk has announced that Tesla would host a “AI Day” to highlight the company’s latest innovations.
ELON Musk has announced that his Tesla company would have a “Tesla AI Day” in a month to increase public awareness of the company’s artificial intelligence.
In “approximately a month,” Tesla will host a “AI Day” to highlight the company’s latest innovations. The event’s primary goal, according to Mr Musk, will be to recruit new employees. Tesla has scheduled days to promote its technologies rather than its products in recent years.
In 2019, for example, Tesla had a ‘Tesla Autonomy Day,’ during which the company disclosed the technology underlying its self-driving cars.
It organized a ‘Tesla Battery Day’ last year to showcase its powerful batteries.
Tesla will conduct an AI Day this time around, though Mr Musk has not specified when.
The business is sponsoring the event in the hopes of attracting the top artificial intelligence experts to join the Tesla team.
“Looking at conducting Tesla AI Day in about a month or so,” Mr Musk said on Twitter.
“I’ll go over how far Tesla AI software and hardware have progressed in terms of both training and inference. The goal is to recruit.”
“In general, anyone interested in working on physical-word AI problems should consider joining Tesla,” the South African-born billionaire added in a follow-up tweet.
“The quickest way to put your thoughts into action [in real life].”
Mr. Musk recently stated that the Tesla Roadster, which will be released next year, will be able to fly.
Mr Musk casually made the assertion on Twitter, with little details about how the electric vehicle will fly.
“Can’t believe this car can fly a little bit per @elonmusk,” one account captioned a video of the new Roadster. The SpaceX package is going to be incredible.”
“This will actually be able to fly very briefly,” Mr Musk said. I’ve always scoffed at flying vehicles, and now I’m building one.”
The Tesla CEO also indicated that the version of the Roadster that will be able to fly will be part of a “SpaceX package” in a separate conversation.
This will include “ten rocket thrusters elegantly distributed around the automobile.”
The Roadster will be able to reach 60 miles per hour in under 1.1 seconds after the rockets are fitted.
That pace would shatter the existing world record for the fastest 0-60 time, which is held by the Koenigsegg Gemera, which does it in 1.9 seconds.