Tech & Science Overrated Human Elon Musk Says 'Humans Are Underrated'

03:55  15 april  2018
03:55  15 april  2018 Source:   gizmodo.com.au

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Aspiring comedian and Matthew Dellavedova doppelganger Elon Musk admitted Friday that “ Humans are underrated ” and Tesla, a company that has At the time, Musk said the factory would be at “alien dreadnought 0.5" while working on production for the Model 3. “And then it will take us another year or

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Elon Musk wearing a suit and tie© Provided by Allure Media Pty Ltd Aspiring comedian Elon Musk admitted that "Humans are underrated" and Tesla, a company that has made its reputation in part by hyping up the promise of automation, has become too reliant on it.

To be clear, Musk is not talking about the self-driving technology in his company's cars — a feature that has come under scrutiny following a number of scary mishaps, including one that may have resulted in a fatal crash in California last month.

Instead, Musk means Tesla is kicking some of the robots out of its factory in favour of human workers. "Yes, excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake," Musk said on Twitter, in response to the Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins. "To be precise, my mistake. Humans are underrated."

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In his interview with CBS This Morning, Musk says that relying too much on robotics was his mistake. Today will go down in the annals of history as the day that Elon Musk said that humans are underrated . Yes, excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake. To be precise, my mistake.

Humans are underrated ." [Super-Intelligent Machines: 7 Robotic Futures]. — Elon Musk (@ elonmusk ) April 13, 2018. Musk added that instead of speeding up Model 3 production, the robots actually slowed it down.

Musk went into additional detail in an interview with CBS This Morning, in which he stated, "We had this crazy, complex network of conveyor belts…. And it was not working, so we got rid of that whole thing."

So far, those automated processes have produced some pretty unimpressive results. The company announced earlier this month that it had once again missed its production goals for its Model 3, and orders of the mass-market sedan have been pushed back six to nine months.

Musk's admission that his complex networks of automated systems just wasn't doing the trick marks a major shift in the Tesla CEO's line of thinking. He's previously talked up the promise of automation in his factories, suggesting it would be the solution to the company's long-standing production issues.

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“To be exact, my mistake. People are underrated .” His “alien dreadnought” manufacturing line is changing into extra reliant on non-unionized, human employees. Possibly don’t belief Elon Musk .

Aspiring comedian and Matthew Dellavedova doppelganger Elon Musk admitted Friday that “ Humans are underrated ” and Tesla, a company that has made its reputation in part by hyping up the promise of automation, has become too reliant on it.

"Our internal code name for the factory, the machine that builds the machine, is the alien dreadnought," Musk said on a call with investors in 2016, according to Business Insider. "[When] our factory looks like an alien dreadnought, then we know it's probably right."

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Rage against the machine: Tesla CEO Elon Musk says humans are ' underrated ' and that he Musk said using more human workers may have helped Tesla meet its targets The billionaire is sleeping on the firm's factory floor to keep up with work Chief executive Elon Musk said humans are ' underrated ' and that he regrets using so many

Aspiring comedian and Matthew Dellavedova doppelganger Elon Musk admitted Friday that “ Humans are underrated ” and Tesla, a company that has made its reputation in part by hyping up the promise of automation, has become too reliant on it.

At the time, Musk said the factory would be at "alien dreadnought 0.5" while working on production for the Model 3. "And then it will take us another year or so, I don't know, summer 2018, to actually get to alien dreadnought version one," he said.

On an earnings call last year, Musk continued to talk up the role of automation in Tesla factories. "It's remarkable how much can be done by just beating up robots," he said. "Adding additional robots at choke points and just making lines go really, really fast. Speed is the ultimate weapon."

Now Musk is saying all of that automation is part of the problem, not the solution for Tesla. With a potential $US56 ($72) billion compensation package awaiting him, he'll turn to humans to get the assembly line running smoothly again — a production line that has been described as a living hell for those who have been on it.

Musk has made a habit of overpromising. He claimed issues with the Model X were the result of "putting too much technology all at once into a product." He started selling a "Full Self Driving" feature for an additional $US8000 ($10,303) well before he was ready to deliver on it.

His "alien dreadnought" production line is becoming more reliant on non-unionized, human workers. Maybe don't trust Elon Musk.

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