By Hemaja Burud
How to watch Elon Musk's "presentation" and where to watch it
Tesla's AI Day, which starts on September 30, will feature a functioning demonstration of the company's humanoid robot, Optimus, according to Elon Musk's announcement.
The live-streamed event will take place at the Tesla corporate offices in Palo Alto, California, and is scheduled to begin at 5 PM PT/8 PM ET.
The company hasn't yet disclosed how to watch the AI event, as it did with the first Tesla AI Day, although it's anticipated that it will be broadcast on its YouTube account.
Information on the most recent developments in artificial intelligence, such as Tesla Bot, Full Self-Driving, Dojo, and others, will probably be presented at the event.
Elon Musk also mentioned that he thinks of AI Day as a recruiting tool for Tesla as it looks to expand its robotics division.
According to Elon Musk, the development of the Tesla Bot is the most significant product development this year and has the potential to eventually be more significant than the car sector.
Tesla normally has two public events per year. The company inaugurated its Gigafactory in Texas this year along with the Cyber Rodeo in addition to AI Day.
In 2020, Tesla held its inaugural Battery Day event, where it discussed methods for lowering the cost of battery research to produce an electric vehicle for $25,000 instead.
Tesla has delayed the construction of the much anticipated Cybertruck until 2023, so we most likely won't see a customer delivery event for at least another year.