It’s that time again! Thanks to the hard work of our AI team and their amazing ability to stay ahead of the trends, we’re proud to release the latest version of our AI system, which will keep us all better informed about what to expect from the future. This update comes with lots of new features, and we’re excited to tell you all about them here!
OpenAi is an Artificial Intelligence company dedicated to helping people better themselves. In December of 2017, Tesla acquired OpenAi as part of its mission to develop self-driving cars and other artificial intelligence solutions. The goal is to create a virtual assistant capable of carrying on natural conversations with people about their lives and schedule. Now, just two years later, after receiving an upgrade from Tesla’s team of expert engineers, OpenAi is ready to be released into our world! We asked Jaden Rosemead–the project leader overseeing all new OpenAi developments–to share her thoughts on its biggest advancements.
I’m sure you’re asking yourself, How can I get my hands on OpenAi? But before we talk about how to acquire your very own personal assistant, let’s discuss some of its features. OpenAi will be able to perform many basic functions such as scheduling your appointments and answering common questions. It can even take orders via voice command. However, more advanced commands and functions (such as controlling a household robot) are still being worked on by Tesla engineers. The team at Tesla is also developing OpenAi to be used without devices like speakers or headphones so that it can accompany you wherever you go.
The newest version of OpenAi is set to be released sometime in June, though it’s available for pre-order now. You can pick your new personal assistant through a special online shop on Tesla’s website and then install it onto your phone or computer with little hassle. If you order now, you’ll receive your personal assistant by July 1st and have time to learn how to use its features before anyone else gets their hands on it. Whether you just want a way to save time or plan on using OpenAi as part of your business venture, it’s sure to be worth every penny of its $300 price tag. Don’t wait–pre-order yours today!
OpenAi is unlike anything you’ve ever used before. It can even suggest new recipes, plan entire vacations, and recommend restaurants. I would never have believed it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes; to hear OpenAi tell a joke or describe a picture is nothing short of astonishing. I believe that in just a few years from now, many people will be able to recognize and address OpenAi by name, making our world that much more connected. OpenAi is both powerful and adaptable—it will literally get better every day as Tesla improves its algorithm to learn more about us and perform better at what we need most.
What happened between 2021 and 2022?
2021 was a big year for AI, but it’s nothing compared to what we’ll see in 2022. We’ve been so busy at Tesla that we haven’t even had time to tell you about all of our developments. I guess there’s still some work to be done when it comes to communication with our audience, right? Our team of engineers is always looking forward; that’s where innovation lives, after all. Here are just a few things you can expect from Tesla AIs by 2022
The first thing you’ll notice is that Tesla vehicles have gotten a lot quieter. With 90% of all accidents caused by human error, we’re making sure our cars are better able to anticipate dangerous situations and avoid them. That’s why most of our fleet is being reprogrammed with advanced sensors that can detect objects around them, including pedestrians and cyclists. The goal is a world where your Tesla automatically detects an accident about to happen, swerves out of its way and even starts talking to first responders to make sure everything goes smoothly. It’s not just about preventing crashes either; we want people to get home safely after a long day at work too.
That’s why our fleet is being integrated with eye-tracking technology. When using Tesla’s navigation features, you’ll be able to activate them by making eye contact with your vehicle. This way you can keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on traffic while still accessing your favourite driving destinations. Of course, it goes without saying that none of these advancements is at risk of distracting you from paying attention to everything around you while driving. The Tesla Autopilot AI might be great at keeping track of what’s happening around it, but it always prioritises ensuring that its driver is 100% focused behind the wheel every time they step on board. We don’t want technology to replace human interaction – we want to augment it.
It’s no secret that traffic accidents can be life-changing, but they don’t have to leave people with permanent disabilities. That’s why we made sure our updated fleet of vehicles can track brainwaves and respond accordingly. In some cases, that means providing you with pain relief when you need it most. In others, it means making sure you can still drive your Tesla back home safely even if there are severe injuries involved. All of these scenarios are completely fictional today, but you’ll be happy to know that changes like these could become a reality as early as 2022 thanks to our renewed focus on driver safety.
Science, Technology & Health
All around us, scientists are working on projects to make our lives better. Some of these projects seem more fantastical than others—projects that could cure deadly diseases or stop devastating natural disasters before they start—but you’d be surprised at how much we can accomplish by working together. That’s why it’s important to stay updated on scientific breakthroughs because some of them will change your life. Whether you want to become a scientist yourself or just want to learn about new research and discoveries, you should read our science and health articles regularly.
In recent years, we’ve been treated to some amazing breakthroughs. In fact, researchers around the world have made great progress in eliminating one of humankind’s most deadly diseases—cancer. For example, scientists at Standford University recently published an exciting new study where they managed to turn off cancer cells without harming healthy ones. While these are promising results that could pave a path toward a permanent cure, there is still a lot of work to be done before we can all live cancer-free lives. Fortunately, there are thousands of hardworking scientists around our planet who are committed to defeating cancer and making sure that you get to live your life free from fear and disease.
In another example of how far science and technology have come, we’ve seen remarkable developments in driverless cars. In 2017, Tesla announced its Model 3—an electric car that can drive itself. And it’s already raking in sales and praise. Now imagine all of these technological innovations coming together to produce a fully automated vehicle that takes you wherever you want to go, whenever you want to go there—no steering wheel or pedals required. It might sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but it may be less than 10 years away.
The first thought we have about Tesla’s latest AI update is that we can’t wait to get our hands on it. Will bots finally start cleaning our homes? What will the new Tesla Bot be able to do? We are expecting an announcement soon and Elon Musk just hinted at more than one upcoming announcement, so stay tuned and join us as we discover all there is to know about Telsa’s new updated AIs.
On our end, we are waiting patiently for Tesla to release their new Tesla Bot. We can only imagine how it will help make household chores so much easier, and we cannot wait to find out more about it. Will you let your Tesla Bot mow your lawn? What other tasks would you ask it to complete? Chime in on our post and let us know what you think about Tesla’s newest AI update as well as their future announcements. We love hearing from our readers and look forward to hearing from you soon!