Brace Yourselves. Transhumanism is closer than we think.
Elon Musk unveiled a humanoid robot Friday at a Tesla artificial intelligence event.
Musk says the robots will be produced on a large scale and the price will be no more than $20,000 (£17,900). It is expected to be available for purchase in 3-5 years.
“It really is a fundamental transformation of civilization as we know it,” he continued.
Sounds like something our friend over at the World Economic Forum has mentioned as part of the “GREAT RESET.”
This is perfectly in line with Klaus Schwab’s agenda and Elon Musk is what we call, a “technocrat” who pushes such agendas. Remember, Elon Musk’s parents were also very wealthy technocrats. Research them.
Musk’s vision for the robot, Optimus, was unveiled in 2021 at Tesla’s first “AI Day.”
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 1, 2022
Presented at CES 2022, Engineered Arts’ Ameca humanoid robot has been designed as a platform for development into future robotics technologies with a modular architecture, which allows upgrades without redesigning the entire robot: https://t.co/mSi7xSpWJkpic.twitter.com/z6XY6mvYcJ
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) September 23, 2022
Reps at the “A.I. Day” event said the “humanoid” features the same technology used to enable the Full Self-Driving beta in Tesla’s cars.
According to Musk, it can do more than what has been shown, but “the first time it walked without a tether was tonight on stage.”
Musk would admit after the motion that they wanted to keep it safe and not make too many moves on stage and have it “fall flat on its face.”
The robot was shown doing tasks such as picking up boxes in a video clip.
Then Tesla’s team brought out another prototype that has its body fully assembled but not fully functional. Future “applications” could include cooking, gardening, or even “catgirl” sex partners.
Production could begin as soon as next year.
The robot is the most important product development Tesla is doing this year, according to Musk. predicting that it will have the potential to be “more significant than the vehicle business over time.”
— The Verge (@verge) October 1, 2022
What is Klaus Schwab’s “Fourth Industrial Revolution?”
Well, according to the World Economic Forum, it involves mixing humankind with technology.
According to Klaus Schwab’s top advisor, Yuval Noah Harari, “humans don’t have souls.”
The World Economic Forum claims to be “committed to improving the state of the world.”
As per the World Economic Forum’s website, the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is categorized as “cyber-physical systems.”
Developers are creating AI tools for almost every stage of the HR life cycle.
According to the World Economic Forum tool kit available on their website in the form of a PDF, AI is going to be involved with every single step of the way in the work force and everyday life, so it seems.
How Will A.I. change “current processes?
“The Fourth Industrial Revolution may indeed have the potential to “robotize” humanity and thus to deprive us of our heart and soul,” says Klaus Schwab.
“In the end, it all comes down to people and values,” says Klaus Schwab.
“We need to shape a future that works for all of us by putting people first and empowering them.”
“In its most pessimistic, dehumanized form, the Fourth Industrial Revolution may indeed have the potential to “robotize” humanity and thus to deprive us of our heart and soul.”
“But as a complement to the best parts of human nature—creativity, empathy, stewardship—it can also lift humanity into a new collective and moral consciousness based on a shared sense of destiny.”
“It is incumbent on us all to make sure the latter prevails.”