As plans are currently underway to Unviel AI robots, specially designed to handle complex operations, Tesla CEO Elon Musk had initially announced that the company’s artificial-intelligence bots may one day be able to work on Mars, a vision seemingly ripped from the pages of sci-fi novels.
A Twitter user had initially asked Musk if the bots would be mass-produced and sent to the Red Planet as laborers. “Hopefully,” Musk replied .
The tweet that Musk was replying was in reference to a project from a fictional scientist, Isaac Asimov’s “I, Robot” books, a series that began publication in the 1950s. In those stories, humanoid robots work alongside humans.
In “I, Robot,” Robertson said : “The idea was to accustom people to working with one humanoid robot; and, once they realized the enormous potential, they would clamor for more.”
Musk while responding said : “It has profound applications