Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Tag: Tesla

Reuters reported that China has given the green light for Tesla's "Full Self-Driving" (FSD) testing, potentially opening the doors for expansion in the auto market. This development could redefine Tesla's position in China's burgeoning electric vehicle industry.
In a landmark decision amidst heated debate, Tesla shareholders have greenlit Elon Musk's unprecedented $56 billion compensation package, alongside the relocation of the company's legal headquarters to Texas.
According to Caixin, Huawei will be the next to challenge Tesla in autonomous driving, and it is well-positioned for partnerships because of its dual competence in software and hardware.
Tesla drivers have the option to activate "Bioweapon Defense Mode," which utilizes a HEPA filtration system. This advanced filtration system is capable of removing smoke and other harmful particles from the outside air, effectively purifying the air...
According to recent data collated by Reuters, Tesla's unrivaled profit margins after the price cut have been visualized below.
According to an exclusive by Reuters, Tesla is under criminal investigation by the Department of Justice for claims that its cars can drive by themselves.
Rise Of The Tesla Bots

Rise Of The Tesla Bots

Elon Musk has unveiled his latest brainchild—the Optimus Tesla Bot—a humanoid robot designed to help with repetitive, low-skill, and boring tasks such as flipping burgers or washing windows. The artificial intelligence-powered Bots could replace any number of tasks involving manual labor, and can supposedly even handle not only dangerous but unusual jobs, such as exotic dancing and stripping. Although the robot is not yet for sale, Musk noted that it is expected to cost much less than a car, with a price point below $20,000 in order to make a useful humanoid robot as quickly as possible. While the rollout of the Tesla Bot has evoked references to dystopian science fiction, the introduction could not have come at a better time in California, where elected officials aim to raise the minimum wage for fast food workers to nearly $22 an hour next year.
Tesla owners have expressed worries about quality control issues previously. The most recent one caught attention when a Tesla locked its owner out for not paying for new battery.
According to a study by car and van leasing business Vanarama, Teslas will be more intelligent than humans by 2033, with the current D1 microprocessor capable of managing 362 trillion operations per second.
Given the current state of affairs and the massive sums of money that mega-corporations are investing in the metaverse, it is inevitable that some members of the human population will use virtual reality for work, education, and/or sex. This virtual 'Teslasuit' could make 'sex in metaverse' possible.