We know the date of the second edition of the Tesla AI Day event!

It's official, Tesla will offer a new edition of its AI Day event.
An event that will focus, as its name suggests, on artificial intelligence.

Tesla AI Day: the second edition takes date

Last year, the American manufacturer Tesla offered a first meeting called “AI Day”. Like tech giants like Google or Apple, Tesla therefore launched the first edition of its in-house keynote, to come back to various technologies in the making at the manufacturer.
Today, we know that this meeting dedicated to artificial intelligence will indeed be back in 2022. It was Elon Musk himself who insisted on making the news official (via Twitter of course), indicating that the Tesla AI Day #2 would be held on August 19, with “so many cool new features”.
The manufacturer should in particular give news concerning 100% autonomous driving or the Dojo supercomputer. The big boss at Tesla has already indicated that the event would be an opportunity to give an overview of Tesla Bot, formalized during the 2021 edition of Tesla AI Day. Recall that it is a human-shaped robot, displaying a little more than 50 kg for a height of 1 m 72.

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