American billionaire, Elon Musk, revealed that his company specialized in the manufacture of electric cars, "Tesla", is working on the launch of the first "Tesla robot" human.
The new robot, which will be called "Optimus", is about 173 centimeters long, and weighs approximately 57 kilograms, and may be available on the market next year.
Elon Musk explained that the robot will "basically begin to deal with boring, repetitive and dangerous work", and that it will have a "profound" impact on the economy by reducing labor costs.
In addition, it will have the ability to carry a weight of at least 20 kilograms, lift 68 kilograms, and run at a speed of 8 kilometers per hour.
Musk confirmed, according to the newspaper, that the robot will be designed in a way that allows humans to easily escape from it, and even overcome it, and that it will fulfill some of the tasks that its owner will ask of it, such as attaching the latch to the car, or going to the market for shopping, by ordering him “Go to the store, please and bring My next grocery.