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Tesla Bot Update | Sort & Stretch

  • Опубліковано 23 вер 2023
  • Optimus can now sort objects autonomously 🤖 . Its neural network is trained fully end-to-end: video in, controls out.
    Join us to help develop Optimus (& improve its yoga routine 🧘) → tesla.com/AI
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КОМЕНТАРІ • 6 тис.

  • 陳易仙
    陳易仙 2 місяці тому +3348

    It didn't just move its hand and arm to finish the job, rather it coordinates the joints of the whole body to do so, which is really human-like

    • Justin Jacobs
      Justin Jacobs 2 місяці тому +136

      yeah i think the most impressive thing here is its leaning over and constantly balancing while sorting those blocks, very human esque, previous most bots just kinda planted their body in a place and only moved their arms and maybe rotated their torso.

    • Alain Portant
      Alain Portant 2 місяці тому +29

      he should just buy Boston robotics instead of embarrassing himself with those grotesque automatons

    • reyash
      reyash 2 місяці тому +28

      i don't understand the obsession with making them human-like
      shouldn't we be innovative rather than being emotionally attached to our limitations?

    • BigMTBrain
      BigMTBrain 2 місяці тому +2

      That, as well as continuously replanning/re-coordinating to account for obstacle, object, and environment changes along the way of completing a task.

    • Kasper Feld
      Kasper Feld 2 місяці тому +59

      @reyash The argument (not sure I am completely sold on it) is that the world is made to fit a human form factor, so by making it humanoid it will at least physically be able to do all the jobs humans do. It might not be the best shape, but as so often with standards, they are hard to change, and humans have looked like humans a long time.
      Of course plenty of robots with different bodies already exist and are highly efficient at ther specialized task. Since they are specialized it is easier to change the environment to fit them. A generalist would need to go everywhere a human can.

  • D B
    D B 2 місяці тому +533

    If you are on the Optimus team you rule. This is insane progress.

      AZHURA NSMX1 Місяць тому +11

      Not so surprised, anybody can achieve the same objetcs recognition performance inside the garage with experimental A.I with a Jetson Nano of 150$ of 0.45Tops, a Jetson Xavier NX of 400$ and 21Teraflops or the beast Jetson AGX Orin of 270Tops (the level of processing power of a primitive mammal) of 2000$ from Nvidia. The most expensive is the hardware, motors, battery and sensors. But the A.I boards are already on the market for everyone who like robotics since 2015. Here in UAclips, there are videos of people, fans, and profesionals of electronics making robots who recognize their faces and follow it at animal reaction speeds, moreover with the Jetson Nano and Xavier A.I boards. Dangerous technology if you put this intelligence on a dron, for example. However, the genius already is out of the bottle, and the knowledge is dominated by at least 1 million people around the world.

    • GodOfRoast
      GodOfRoast Місяць тому +1

      Thank you

    • TheWatchernator
      TheWatchernator Місяць тому +10

      It's amazing that people are actually still fooled.

    • AL
      AL Місяць тому +4

      There was a high school girl who did even better with an Arduino kit. You can look it up.

    • Mr Charlie
      Mr Charlie Місяць тому +10

      @AZHURA NSMX1 There's not a single robotics company who makes such humanoid fluid movements as Tesla, no matter what neural network components they use. They havent even done anything close to Tesla bot's fluid movements.

  • Michael A. Myers
    Michael A. Myers 26 днів тому +40

    Imagine how much progress they’ll make in 5-10 years this is crazy

    • Eli Parrish
      Eli Parrish 8 днів тому

      That thought literally keeps me up at night. Like the night before Christmas morning.

    • Powerpoint Paladin
      Powerpoint Paladin 4 дні тому

      it wont take 5-10 years for these to be out there doing stuff. 5-10 months max.

  • Malgeeze Art
    Malgeeze Art 29 днів тому +28

    Even though for us activities like these looks mundane but it actually is a major thing for AI development. It's crazy how it can balance itself perfectly and have the ability to detect things.

    • ImpaledBerry
      ImpaledBerry 26 днів тому +1

      self balancing robots have been a thing for a long time now, it used to be normal algorithms but im pretty sure atlas (boston dynamics) also uses onboard AI to balance itself
      its still very impressive how optimus can sort things by itself automatically, when the only instruction told was "sort this", who knows what it can do in 6 months

  • MCash23
    MCash23 16 днів тому +10

    The way it was sorting those blocks was so natural. The fact that it's only using visual input to do it is absolutely insane.

  • Jonathan Mann
    Jonathan Mann 6 днів тому +5

    Neural nets are what sets Optimus apart from most competition. Constantly learning and improving. No experience is wasted here. This is amazing.

  • gordon1201
    gordon1201 2 місяці тому +1132

    The corrective action was crazy. So impressed. It moves so fluidly and naturally

    • danR
      danR 2 місяці тому +22

      But since the days of Azimo, all robots still stand and walk like an old man who just poooped his pants.

    • Javi
      Javi 2 місяці тому +12

      ​@danRgive them 2 years

    • ben firthy
      ben firthy 2 місяці тому +8

      it placed a block on top of another , its absolute junk and 10 years behind, more musk bs

    • danR
      danR 2 місяці тому +3

      In 2 years they be like very old men who just poopedtheir pants. I mean Asimo is some 20 years ago, how hard _is_ this?

      AZHURA NSMX1 2 місяці тому +5

      The electrical impulse is 2500.000 times faster than biological animal nervous sensitive impulse and 5 million times faster than the motor impulse (120m/s and 60m/s vs 300 million m/s) so the recognition process and the speed of reaction with artificial neural networks works and occurs indeed better and faster than in their biological counterpart.

  • Charles Blithfield
    Charles Blithfield 2 місяці тому +219

    Looking good. As an older person I can see a huge market for robot assist in the home existing.

    • danR
      danR 2 місяці тому +55

      "Mr. Smith I think you need a neck massage."
      "Naw, I'm good."
      "This will only take a minute..."

    • afanatee
      afanatee 2 місяці тому +3


    • Santiago S.
      Santiago S. 2 місяці тому

      @danR hahahahhahhahah

    • MrMasterFlash
      MrMasterFlash Місяць тому +10

      It will be a long time beofre these things are affordable.

    • White King ?
      White King ? Місяць тому +2


  • Hunter
    Hunter 2 місяці тому +28

    This is actually really cool with the self calibration. I’ve noticed in the past how many robots and things have issues with positioning and how precise their movements need to be.

  • the fall of Lucifer 1986
    the fall of Lucifer 1986 19 днів тому +2

    Incredible 😊 I love the future, from the new soda cans to the progress of these machines. Can't wait to see the next version of the hoverboard

  • Cyba IT
    Cyba IT 2 місяці тому +15

    At first I thought that they could surely make something more streamlined and human looking than this and then saw the movements and am surprised how humanlike it moves. No doubt the motors and everything will be miniaturised once the motor skills are perfected. We're certainly getting closer to having personal robot assistants.

  • Omotola Adegoke
    Omotola Adegoke Місяць тому +5

    Incredible stuff, the arm and hand movements are incredibly life like! Also Tesla is doing really well with legs movements 👏🏾, my jaw nearly reached the floor when I spotted this a couple of days ago. More info please, keep it coming.

  • Daniel Hofmeister
    Daniel Hofmeister 2 місяці тому +2091

    Next update he'll have learned to efficiently stop the human from messing with his blocks by slapping the shit of of him

    • gregmgm06
      gregmgm06 2 місяці тому +37


    • Thiago Campos 🎸
      Thiago Campos 🎸 2 місяці тому +111

      Will Smith Matrix program.

    • Anderson 101
      Anderson 101 2 місяці тому +1

      Just my thoughts

    • Doug InOrlando
      Doug InOrlando 2 місяці тому +33

      When the Neural network realizes that humans are the problem … the Robot will slap the shit out of government authorities blocking the Starship launch.

    • Does itMatter
      Does itMatter 2 місяці тому +12

      I was gonna say he will wrap his big hand around intruders neck and lift him up while he is sorting. But sure that would work too..

  • Mindopolis
    Mindopolis 2 місяці тому +60

    In a few years we'll probably see Optimus in public interacting with other people or robots

    • dave oneil
      dave oneil Місяць тому

      I think they will be change healthcare for old people. They will be helpers for ild folks and servents in restaraunts, i can imagine that being the first 2 primary roles, then probably cleaners and construction next

    • olemew
      olemew Місяць тому +3

      They'd be underutilized! I think it's better to have them building the hyperloop, driving the robo taxis, and blowing up rockets.

    • David Urulski
      David Urulski 2 дні тому

      20 years maybe.

  • Johny1220
    Johny1220 2 місяці тому +22

    Insane improvement, can’t wait to see the future of Tesla’s AI on FSD and Optimus man 🥹

  • zerosandones
    zerosandones Місяць тому +12

    Looking forward to a robot that's actually useful (unlike the boston dynamics ones)! How they've been working on this for ~40 years and still have no consumer or mass market applications I have no idea, but can't wait to have one of these cooking me 3 amazing meals a day

    • Azael
      Azael Місяць тому +6

      the Boston Dynamic robots are incredibly useful. their market isn't everyday consumers.

    • zerosandones
      zerosandones Місяць тому +1

      @Azael what are they used for?

    • Culture, Science
      Culture, Science Місяць тому +1

      @Azaelwait what?! werent they fake? i saw a video about it... but i dont know you tell me, have u seen any of them in real life

    • olemew
      olemew Місяць тому +2

      @Culture, Science Nope, the fake ones were the Tesla bots. They literally had a dude dressed in a condom dancing like he was a robot. Then they had a few technicians helping some of the robots from failing on live demo day. And the manufactured demo video (helping in an office with a few tables and screens) was shown to be a scam, as in, the video is intended to make you think it's a normal sequence with different angles, but objects around are changing position, it was heavily edited. Who knows how many times the robot failed. Kinda like the self driving "demoes" that were actually hardcoded and they edited out the accidents and interventions along the way

  • Toon Link
    Toon Link 2 місяці тому +7

    I remember Honda's Asimo robot taking significantly longer to manipulate objects with its hands. The progress here is very impressive

    • Stanislav Synytsia
      Stanislav Synytsia Місяць тому +3

      Tesla sped the video up. Look at the guy interacting with the robot. His arms/hands sway back and forth quickly

    • tictactoe101
      tictactoe101 Місяць тому +1

      And Asimo could only lift a square box upwards

  • Yel low
    Yel low 29 днів тому +2

    Guys, I've been watching technology change for the last five years and it just seems incredible. What an amazing time we live in

  • kenken830
    kenken830 2 місяці тому +1257

    What's more impressive than these new abilities is the rate of progress the Optimus Bot team is making. Remember the first announcement of the bot was 2 years ago and the first prototype was first shown publicly less than 1 year ago.

    • DThomas4400
      DThomas4400 2 місяці тому +61

      Absolutely agree 100%, these guys are on fire

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      [ Content Deleted ] 2 місяці тому +14

      Wheres that cpu located 🎯🔫

    • Will It Break?
      Will It Break? 2 місяці тому +29

      Another CRUCIAL thing is the robot is trained end-to-end, meaning it’s given video as input, and it performs the actions as an output. There is explicit programming done here!

    • James Salsman
      James Salsman 2 місяці тому +18

      While true, we need to see progress on mass market tasks like cleaning bathrooms or doing laundry in sight unseen novel environments. Even if they fail spectacularly at present, we need to see work on practical tasks instead of literal toys.

    • jdudleyh
      jdudleyh 2 місяці тому +40

      @James Salsman I'm sure it'll be doing practical tasks in environments that it is well familiar with soon and for several years before "we" will be purchasing it to do our laundry. It is much more valuable as a shift worker in a plant/warehouse than being a maid.

  • Rory O'connell
    Rory O'connell Місяць тому +7

    The one leg stuff is impressive. There are a large number of humans who can't move on one leg that fluidly.

  • Avery Boccella
    Avery Boccella 22 дні тому

    Looks very good. I think right now we should focus on improving the servo/motor technology to increase power and sort out wonky weight disteibution. Looks like motor size is dictating a lot of design decisions limiting overall ability.

  • Luke
    Luke Місяць тому

    Don't forget they should be self charging actuators generating to movement really hoping this gets through

  • Voschdasirup
    Voschdasirup 2 місяці тому +1

    Approaching robotics and AI from the perspective of what inputs humans have is a very interesting decision on the side of Tesla.
    Except for sensory feedback via touch (and maybe sound [and maybe smell, if proven useful]), this is a pretty good reduction of what it takes to perform human / human-like motoric functions.
    The way the robot grabs and places the items reflects this human-likeness very well imo.
    Sound and smell could help in situational awareness, i.e. things that happen outside the robot's "field of focus", if that term can apply to a robot.
    If this was all done live without preprogramming big kudos to you.

  • Kaejuka
    Kaejuka 20 днів тому

    This hand tech on Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot would be insane.
    I also wanna see this hand tech on one of the spot robots too, one of the ones with the arm. Theres just something funny about a quadriped robot with an incredibly human looking arm/hand

  • David B
    David B 2 місяці тому +175

    Wow! This is a huge leap compared to their unveiling! Good job y’all!

    • White King ?
      White King ? Місяць тому +2


      SKINNY DELEGATE OF RHYME Місяць тому +1

      😂 what they want u to think Toyota had humanoids for decades

    • AL
      AL Місяць тому +2

      This is worse than Honda's robot from over 20 years ago. It easy to be impressed if you've never seen over robots before


      @AL exactly it I remember all the car companies having them as the admins and we used to get the reacting robot Dino’s as kids 😂

  • feetup2021
    feetup2021 2 місяці тому +23

    Questions for Tesla Devs. What “training” was done or required prior to this? Also what were the task instructions and how are they conveyed to Optimus? (Also if these details could be provided with each update video please).

  • Aviv Makes Robots
    Aviv Makes Robots 2 місяці тому +2

    What's more amazing is how little time it took them to get to this point.

  • Baldwin IV of Jerusalem
    Baldwin IV of Jerusalem Місяць тому +2

    It's so adorable, I hope to see them functional very soon.

  • AmanB
    AmanB 2 місяці тому +3

    This is really amazing work, as a Robotics engineer myself, i am amazed by the control system and the torso to arm coordination. Really great work tesla team!

    • Red Edits
      Red Edits Місяць тому

      Tell me why are you as an engineer not frightened by developing these kind of technology which are robots? Aren't you a little scared for the future of how it will turn out especially in working forces where people could lose jobs for replacing with robots. Why do you guys develop such things?

    • David Borg
      David Borg Місяць тому

      To take your jobs

  • Asura016
    Asura016 Місяць тому +4

    The robotic AI revolution against humanity is getting better every time👍

  • Brian Tucker
    Brian Tucker 2 місяці тому +4219

    So every 6 months Optimus is going to improve 300 percent?

    • Pixelsplasher
      Pixelsplasher 2 місяці тому +316


    • Vinn Cubus
      Vinn Cubus 2 місяці тому +346

      give A.I. opposable thumbs and it's over

    • Why
      Why 2 місяці тому +175

      2030 is robot takeover apocalypse

    • Ash H
      Ash H 2 місяці тому +126

      @Pixelsplasher Improving 300% every 6 months *is* exponential.

  • Random Kindness
    Random Kindness Місяць тому +2

    the more we learn about the tesla bot the more i appreciate that this is a necessary technology...

  • Vance Warren
    Vance Warren Місяць тому +3

    It will be cool to see it use both hands to sort these blocks at the same time

    • lasieisbaer
      lasieisbaer Місяць тому +1

      Curious to see when we will get humanoids with more than two arms

  • Balesh Shilli
    Balesh Shilli Місяць тому +2

    The man who made this Robot once said, " mark my words, AI will be more dangerous in the upcoming days "

  • Chris C.
    Chris C. Місяць тому +2

    corrective action was cool, very nice work but would have liked to see it coordinating both hands to do the work 2 blocks at a time

  • Overmotor
    Overmotor Місяць тому +1

    I could see a few years down the road these being used on future unmanned missions to the moon and mars to set up bases and explore harsh terrain. Obviously not as capable as, for example, a rover, but it's limbs and similar height to humans could definitely help!

    • olemew
      olemew Місяць тому

      A few years, lol, in real time or Elon guesstimation time?

  • vall 77
    vall 77 2 місяці тому +314

    Usually robots that stand on two legs have a clumsy way of sorting and handling things I'm actually quite impressed.

    • Brian & Sylvia
      Brian & Sylvia 2 місяці тому +7

      They can do anything with CGI.

    • Synthetic Spy
      Synthetic Spy 2 місяці тому +41

      @Brian & Sylviait isn’t CGI. Real industry experts, including Boston Dynamics, say it is real. If Teslas literal competitors agree that it is real, why do you think you know it’s fake.

    • Brian & Sylvia
      Brian & Sylvia 2 місяці тому +2

      @Synthetic Spy Objects don't move through other objects in reality.

    • Jack H
      Jack H 2 місяці тому +1

      @Synthetic Spyyou can literally see it’s a doctored video on the blue blocks at 00:46.

    • Anthony Pelchat
      Anthony Pelchat 2 місяці тому +1

      @Brian & Sylvia They don't in the video either.

  • Mike
    Mike 2 місяці тому

    That was so cool. First time seeing a robot use the fingers in a useful way.

  • Josh McAllister
    Josh McAllister 2 місяці тому +9

    I love the choice in music. It's from the movie Ex-Machina, specifically the part where the robots kill their maker. Nice Work!

    • kikiko
      kikiko 2 дні тому

      i clocked that

  • Completely Boring Stuff
    Completely Boring Stuff Місяць тому +1

    So impressive! Just a decade behind Boston Dynamics now!

  • Xavier Arrow
    Xavier Arrow 2 місяці тому +1

    Already 😲 Mind Blowing 🤯🚀 Congrats to all the different teams 👏 🙌 👌✌️

  • panaural
    panaural Місяць тому +1

    Such innovation! Much technology! Boston Dynamics must really be losing sleep now, given that you're only 15+ years behind them at this point. Amazing work! Tesla promises AND delivers yet again. Can't wait for the video where the robot makes a summersault. Maybe in 5 years? Again, awesome work!

    • Vorg
      Vorg Місяць тому

      Boston Dynamics might have proven technology but Eloo Mosk has STAINLESS STEEL EXOSKELETON WallEs. It's the same steel as the nerf-gun-proof Cybatruck, so fuck BD.

    • Jacob Nunya
      Jacob Nunya Місяць тому

      Sarcasm detected. That other robot is way better though.

  • Mark Plain
    Mark Plain 2 місяці тому +441

    Given that Elon keeps warning us that AI is dangerous... some how I look at this and wonder....

    • Johnny Shollaj
      Johnny Shollaj 2 місяці тому +31

      Its good advertising to get people talking about AI

      HOLLA SOUNDS 2 місяці тому +5

      Well I have already seen a video of chat GPT directly controlling a Physical robot.

    • Giorgio Lelmi
      Giorgio Lelmi 2 місяці тому +3

      ​@Johnny ShollajWell yeah and it's also better for the future if we start developing AI faster, as in 10 years, the impact of AI will be overwhelmebly huge. I love elon as he always directs the world to the right way.

    • Alexander S.
      Alexander S. 2 місяці тому +7

      This is not AI. This is a tech demo after they hired some interns from Boston Dynamics and had them replicate something they remembered from their internship there.

    • Josh McCullough
      Josh McCullough 2 місяці тому +12

      ​@Alexander S.Optimus is not instructed to move, it moves based on video inputs which are passed through ML and then turned into required motions to make the outcome happen. Way different than programming motion in.

  • James Graham
    James Graham 2 місяці тому +1

    Wow! When Tesla put their mind to it, progress rapidly happens.

  • Jacob Edri
    Jacob Edri 2 місяці тому +2

    Elon these things are getting more intense with every update!!! when can we have one???

  • onis emem
    onis emem Місяць тому +1

    For the first time, I am seeing a real robot move like an actual human

  • Rhumple
    Rhumple 2 місяці тому +1

    When neuralink is installed they said that the first wave would be used to gather brain inputs for body movement. They will use our movement data to massively increase the movement of the tesla bot. Really great idea imo.

    • olemew
      olemew Місяць тому

      Oh yeah, neuralink. "AI is dangerous!!!" but let me replace you with a robot, replace your driving skills with self-driving, connect my software to your brain, and download your political beliefs into a database. What could go wrong?

    • Rhumple
      Rhumple Місяць тому

      @olemew why do you need the government?

    • olemew
      olemew Місяць тому

      @Rhumple I'm saying Elon spends his time warning about AI and all his companies are leading to exactly that. Particularly Neuralink and Tesla

  • JDTW
    JDTW Місяць тому

    This is frightening, not going to lie... but also impressive and inevitable.

  • Alexander Kenway
    Alexander Kenway 2 місяці тому +768

    Wasn't it just a year ago this thing was barely walking? Insane rate of progress

    • Daniel Muro González
      Daniel Muro González 2 місяці тому +43

      A year ago it couldn´t even walk

    • Pepper Guy
      Pepper Guy 2 місяці тому +18

      This needs to stop. You have no idea what you all are creating and promoting. We are done. We are all done for. Good luck humans.

    • Ryan Thompson
      Ryan Thompson 2 місяці тому +65

      ​@Pepper GuyThis is still just an algorithm... a bunch of computational math that amounts to a smart walking toaster. There are ways to create "AI" that doesnt cross the threshold into sentience.

    • Mark Scheidker
      Mark Scheidker 2 місяці тому +27

      ​@Pepper GuyNah it's not that big of a deal. It's impressive from a kinematic and structural perspective, and I am very impressed with the pace of software development, but the compute systems on board are just not advanced enough to have a terminator moment. If there ever is a terminator moment, it will happen in a data center, not in a humanoid robot designed to do factory labor. Remember in the movies it was the computer that designed the robots, not humans. Trust me when I tell you that there isn't a battery in the world that could power a fully sentient robot for more than a few hours. There is no feasible scenario where this project goes horribly wrong in the way you're thinking.

    • Ken Lord
      Ken Lord 2 місяці тому +9

      remember when they first showed it on stage, and they were terrified at showing it off, because it was it's first time being untethered. Now it's doing yoga poses on 1 foot?!?!?

  • ThatTinPot
    ThatTinPot 2 місяці тому +6

    nice, I wonder if Telsa will use pneumatic artificial muscles or just artificial muscles in general. They could be smoother and we could also use the human anatomy to our advantage when designing robots with artificial muscles. But the amount of human-like movement is just so impressive!

  • Jamie Renee VonTeez
    Jamie Renee VonTeez 2 місяці тому +1

    As an all in tesla investor and model 3 owner, THANK YOU OPTOMUS TEAM!!!!

  • MrTurboturbine
    MrTurboturbine Місяць тому +1

    Can we just appreciate that beautiful studio setup.

  • RamenMaster
    RamenMaster 2 місяці тому

    Soon enough we will have videos showing off how Optimus are capable of developing perfect human beings

  • God Is Love
    God Is Love Місяць тому

    It would be amazing if it did a full yoga routine!

  • James Allen
    James Allen 2 місяці тому +389

    Amazing dexterity when it turned the block right way up.

    • Rizwan Ali
      Rizwan Ali 2 місяці тому +4

      optimus's pronouns are they/them

    • Some Guy
      Some Guy 2 місяці тому +17

      @Rizwan Ali it's a object.

    • Joaquín Vacas Verísimo
      Joaquín Vacas Verísimo 2 місяці тому +7

      ​@Rizwan Aliit's a object.

    • Brian & Sylvia
      Brian & Sylvia 2 місяці тому +1

      It's almost like it didn't happen.

  • Dylan Fletcher
    Dylan Fletcher 3 дні тому

    That’s impressive it can balance on one leg now can’t wait to see further progress in the next update. Not going to lie I wanted to see more but that’s just me being excited all good things come in time.

  • Glenys Smith
    Glenys Smith Місяць тому +4

    Names seem to have a charm of its own. You are basically guaranteed to get an Optimus Prime at some point. Can't wait to meet them.

  • Flying Monet
    Flying Monet Місяць тому +5

    These things are going to be everywhere in 15-20 years. Insane

  • Schrodingers Cat
    Schrodingers Cat Місяць тому +6

    When Musk first showed off this line of robots the somewhat shaky and jittery movement was seen as a failure by some given what we have been used to from the likes of Boston Dynamics but with the Tesla robot it is all AI controlled so with time and training those rather humble beginnings have rapidly progressed to something really quite remarkable. Because it's all AI controlled emergent properties start to become noticeable like the way the body moves to balance the arm and the ability to rapidly move between tasks with no QR code prompts on items it interacts with.

  • Robert Farr
    Robert Farr Місяць тому

    So they finally got it to stand on its own (sometimes, when it isn’t leaning against a table) and it can work its hands …. Please show the behind the scenes footage that shows how many times they had to repeat everything before they got something worthwhile

    • Day Dreamer
      Day Dreamer 14 днів тому

      Who knows. But this is development. It has made huge leaps in just a few months. Imagine where it will be 5 years from now?

  • solrac legnar
    solrac legnar 2 місяці тому +1420

    The amount of progress Tesla has done in such a relatively short time is crazy

    • Nathan MZC
      Nathan MZC 2 місяці тому +73

      And yet the Tesls cyber truck and roadster (that both took preorder money in 2019) are yet to have a release date 4 years later.

    • Matthew Fowler
      Matthew Fowler 2 місяці тому +65

      It's almost like it's complete bs.

    • Gernuts
      Gernuts 2 місяці тому +13

      ​@Nathan MZCsemi's feasibility in the long run is also still a big question

    • RM
      RM 2 місяці тому +11

      this is how much progress would be made by most r&d teams given the same time frame and funding
      actually it is probably a little less given the blocker of Elon Musk...

    • Don Jones
      Don Jones 2 місяці тому +35

      @RM "this is how much progress would be made by most r&d teams given the same time frame and funding". That's the point. Tesla commits to this level of funding & risk when no one else has. The Tesla bot team also has access to the fabrication tech & facilities Tesla has developed over its years of vertical integration plus access to Tesla's materials science knowledge and battery science.

  • David
    David 2 місяці тому

    The fine motor movements of the fingers and hands is really cool.

  • Ethan Priore
    Ethan Priore 2 місяці тому +78

    This is just impossibly amazing. Probably the most human looking, moving, and functioning robot system we've seen to date. I can't wait to see where this will go in the near future, because something tells me the future is already here.

    • Billy Berner
      Billy Berner 2 місяці тому +7

      Bro it’s sorting blocks 🤡

    • Mahesh Nayak
      Mahesh Nayak 2 місяці тому +8

      ​@Billy Bernercan you?

    • AL
      AL Місяць тому +1

      ​@Mahesh Nayaki bet you he can 😂

  • Sanctuary Philosophy and Music
    Sanctuary Philosophy and Music 2 місяці тому

    It would be great to have one of these to help you set up big complicated messy board games like Gloomhaven.

  • Animation Time
    Animation Time Місяць тому

    We love ! Don't stop robotic evolution.

  • Th1nkFast
    Th1nkFast 2 місяці тому +67

    This is a massive improvement from the last update, impressive how far it has come!

  • mike santos
    mike santos 2 місяці тому

    Sangat menajubkan robot dari tesla saya harap bisa segera diproduksi masal dan bisa menjadi asisten rumah membantu pekerjaan rumah

  • Jay Mills
    Jay Mills 2 місяці тому +3

    I absolutely love the song they used in this. I'm pretty sure it's a remix of a song that's used in one of my favourite Sci-Fi movies ever 'Ex Machina'.
    If you're into robots and AI, you absolutely have to watch that film. It's just so good. Hearing it again in this video, man I'm watching that again tonight.

    • Paolo Vitali
      Paolo Vitali 2 місяці тому

      do you know the name of the track?

  • kelab hk
    kelab hk Місяць тому

    i have never seen technology this advance before.its crazy elon musk has come up to this kind of technology

  • dog
    dog 2 місяці тому +1

    They even have the ex machina music, sensational.

  • XLR Boss Shorts
    XLR Boss Shorts Місяць тому

    They actually doing it, they really turning a dream into a reality... It goes to show you, any dream can be realized with consistent action.

  • Ascentt EV
    Ascentt EV 2 місяці тому +460

    Optimus industrial application would be mind blowing. Kudos team Tesla.

    • Gordon Child
      Gordon Child 2 місяці тому +10

      I want it so it can follow my kids around and clean up after them.

    • pc igrock
      pc igrock 2 місяці тому +7

      ​@Gordon Childbut unfortunately kids will become obsolete in robots world

    • Andreas Hämäläinen
      Andreas Hämäläinen 2 місяці тому +5

      Industry already uses robots from companies with decades of experience and known safety protocols like KUKA and ABB.

    • Андрей Гаврилов
      Андрей Гаврилов 2 місяці тому

      @Andreas Hämäläinen а эти роботы будут заменять не промышленные манипуляторы а людей, которые обслуживают эти промышленные манипуляторы, и людей на всех остальных работах

  • Ben Mallie
    Ben Mallie 2 місяці тому +1

    I saw one of these on display at the Tesla store in Waikiki, Hawaii. It just gave me iRobot turning against humans vibes.

  • Holger Buchardt
    Holger Buchardt 26 днів тому +1

    ... when he uses both hands at the same time while sorting the building blocks and stands on real feet (and not like now, with his plate feet creeping around like a grandpa with slippers), then it gets really interesting. Playing the piano by ear and writing sticky notes for the fridge, he should be able to learn along the way without being explicitly taught.
    And when he has understood the cheating at the shell game by observation, then he is ready - then I would like to have one ...

  • archie
    archie 2 місяці тому

    People have no idea how big this is for the block sorting community

  • Douglas Bullet
    Douglas Bullet Місяць тому

    This is awesome and terrifying at the same time

  • Captain Horatius
    Captain Horatius 2 місяці тому +51

    For those that might not know, babies and children learn to visually coordinate their movements in space the same way, while also dealing with instant dynamic changes, to build their own “on board neural net”. Very interesting that Tesla is using this approach to create more organic machine learning, while supplementing with cloud computing. Very excited to one day have these machines be part of our everyday lives.

    • Darwin Boor
      Darwin Boor 2 місяці тому +7

      Unfortunately, Optimus did not learn to manipulate objects like a child. That involves edge case learning. Optimus does not have an edge case solving neural architecture. Optimus can be taught at the supercomputer level. Now, Optimus appears to be able to put together simple sequential solutions to specific tasks. That is truely remarkable two years into this project. True edge case solving has yet to arrive. When it does, FSD will be fully solved at the robot/vehicle level.

    • The_Blazer
      The_Blazer 2 місяці тому +2

      This is right but incomplete. Humans also have proprioception, which means that even if you are completely unable to see your limbs you can still roughly figure out their position in space. That's important, because whether you're a robot or a human, it is unrealistic to keep visual track of your entire body at all times, even though obviously it helps for some task (remember hand-eye coordination in PE?).

    • Brian & Sylvia
      Brian & Sylvia 2 місяці тому

      That will be awesome when one day someone makes a machine that can do that. For now we have to console ourselves with these CGI movies.

    • Lemon
      Lemon 2 місяці тому

      @Darwin Boor It may be two years into this project but Tesla was working with vision baded neural networks for quite some time now. Ofc they will be pretty fast at figuring that out.

  • Sammamishwa
    Sammamishwa 2 місяці тому +1

    I would like to see 2 hands sorting at the same time. That would be difficult task for a human, at double the speed

  • Nebula
    Nebula 15 днів тому

    If they had made a child size model this process would still be "cute", like aahw look how fast he is growing. But because its adult size i feel intimidated by its learning process,capability and speed. I'm really curious to how robots will try to "upgrade" humans in the future, hmm maybe in the same way as we are training ore pets?🤔

  • Nice Jungle
    Nice Jungle 2 місяці тому

    the fine motor control of fingers is impressive

  • Max Friedman
    Max Friedman Місяць тому

    The epitome of expectations vs reality.

  • Complete Animation
    Complete Animation 2 місяці тому +78

    This is legitimately impressive. Can't wait to see it doing tasks that require both hands handling an object at the same time!

    • jdudleyh
      jdudleyh 2 місяці тому +5

      Yeah. I'm surprised it wasn't using both hands at once to sort/unsort the blocks. I guess it was trained by one-handed sorters. Two handed sorting would show off its calibration as well as hint at the multitasking capabilities.

    • Will Of 'D'
      Will Of 'D' 2 місяці тому +8


    • Mark Holland
      Mark Holland 2 місяці тому

      What could you possibly mean??

    • GT
      GT 2 місяці тому

      Can't wait to see it using more than 2 hands

    • Complete Animation
      Complete Animation 2 місяці тому +1

      @Mark Holland I want to see it use a broom to sweep the floor. Or use pruning shears on a bush.

  • Alex Rep
    Alex Rep 2 місяці тому

    If you placed the green block onto the blue tray would it have rectified it and place it on the correct tray?

  • Makerizms
    Makerizms 2 місяці тому +1

    One step close to the reign of our robot overlords

  • Joseph Jones
    Joseph Jones Місяць тому +3

    This won't end badly at all. Just keep making stronger and smarter non-human stuff, I'm sure we'll all be fine.

    • 知恵
      知恵 17 днів тому

      Welp we will be on a premiere for the 1st live action terminator movie
      Literally being in it which is scary!

  • Abhim
    Abhim 2 місяці тому +1

    I am pretty sure I remember a robot doing something like this 15 years back.

    • Lensflare Deviant
      Lensflare Deviant 2 місяці тому

      Doing something similar sure, but it's the magic underneath that is the amazing part. It's the how not the what.

  • dinosaur
    dinosaur Місяць тому +2

    Imagine sending group of those to mars using starship to build and preparing the planet . This will be real live sci-fi

  • Nitro 187
    Nitro 187 2 місяці тому +199

    This is actually very beautiful. When it went to turn over the one block, because it wasn't situated properly, watch it's pinky and ring fingers bend, so to not touch the block as it flips - it's just incredible. I am so excited for the future, and would love to work on this team...

    • daroke
      daroke 2 місяці тому +2


    • Lewis Heasman
      Lewis Heasman 2 місяці тому

      Ok child

    • RaulJocson
      RaulJocson 2 місяці тому +4

      True, the smooth hand-object manipulation is the most lowkey impressive thing about this.

    • a
      a Місяць тому +2

      @Lewis Heasman What's wrong with what the OP said? Why were you complaining over nothing? If you dislike robots why did you click on this video?

  • owoxtakuPH
    owoxtakuPH 2 місяці тому

    In my opinion its impressive that the movements is fast

  • Nicolas Martin
    Nicolas Martin Місяць тому

    Why does the robot not use both hands to sort each colour with multi-tasking, so he's faster?
    If he can respond to a dynamic environment, can he also do it with it's own influence to the dynamic environment?

  • Alexander Bannerman
    Alexander Bannerman Місяць тому

    I wonder how long before we get to verbal commands being carried out. For example on the big legos, halfway through, instruct bot to place the blocks in opposing trays, and place them upside down or something, stack them etc, like how we communicate with alexa, siri etc.

  • very cool guy
    very cool guy Місяць тому +1

    Can’t wait to receive a perfectly symmetrical big mac from this guy

  • Danny Martial
    Danny Martial 2 місяці тому +396

    0:49 That movement was so natural 🤯

    • Waldo
      Waldo 2 місяці тому +25

      It would be if it weren't sped up.

    • Sal3600
      Sal3600 2 місяці тому +5

      ​@Waldohow do you know that part is sped up?

    • Waldo
      Waldo 2 місяці тому +7

      @Sal3600 Humans don't move that fast buddy, please use your critical thinking skills.

    • mv
      mv 2 місяці тому +7

      Yea it was unbelievably natural. I am seriously impressed.

    • lAndrew
      lAndrew 2 місяці тому +14

      @Perceptencetheyre not programmed to move fast or slow, this one uses a neural network which learns to control its motor movement to achieve a particular end and the reason why it moves so slow is because the current architectures, software, and hardware just cant process fast enough when doing something very complex like this

  • Kristopher Janssen
    Kristopher Janssen 2 місяці тому

    Can't wait for them to teach the robots how to perform underpaid jobs! I can really use a replacement for my shift about now.

  • Moses Matsepane
    Moses Matsepane 2 місяці тому

    With AI and Robotics we are working towards the greatest "I told you so" moment in human history.

  • Arun Kollara
    Arun Kollara Місяць тому

    Hope I don't die watching updates after updates

  • TheGuider
    TheGuider 2 місяці тому

    That guy messing with the robot's blocks is definitely at the top of the list when the AI takes over..

  • Hector Martinez
    Hector Martinez Місяць тому

    These things are a testament to how well humans are designed.

  • Nico Genovese
    Nico Genovese 2 місяці тому +256

    Those movements look much more human! There's a lot of fluidity even in the finer movements of the fingers and hand.
    Would love to see its balance while being pushed around like Atlas!

    • DThomas4400
      DThomas4400 2 місяці тому +5

      What’s the bet they are running an advanced AI to make that happen. Google need to step up Boston dynamic’s access to good AI before they get left in the dust

    • THANOS
      THANOS 2 місяці тому +8

      You do realize they speed up and slow down the video right? Looks like a stop motion animation

    • S W
      S W 2 місяці тому +1

      Gee Wez, that bot is so human like and graceful!!! Soon it will be able to be a professional ballet dancer!!! Wow!!

    • bob hope
      bob hope 2 місяці тому +6

      ​@THANOSthat's not true at all

    • Nico Genovese
      Nico Genovese 2 місяці тому +7

      ​@THANOSyeah, maybe a little. Like it's probably 1.25x.
      You can see it better when there'a the human that moves the blocks.

  • SheetSmarts
    SheetSmarts 2 місяці тому

    Optimus doing yoga? I can’t even stand on one foot without wobbling. 😂