We don’t have many details on what will be announced, but based on the invite, we’ll likely hear about the “latest advancements in artificial intelligence, including Full Self-Driving, Tesla Bot, Dojo, and more.” ”
Musk has also said he sees AI Day as a recruiting tool
Musk has also said he sees AI Day as a recruiting tool as Tesla looks to expand its robotics division. The Tesla Bot is “the most important product development we’re doing this year,” he said recently, predicting that over time it “will have the potential to become more important than the auto industry.”
Tesla usually holds about two public events a year. This year we got the Cyber Rodeo to celebrate the opening of the company’s Gigafactory in Texas, and now AI Day. In recent years, Tesla has held events not to unveil new products, but to highlight certain technologies that the company considers critical to its future development. In 2020, Tesla held its first Battery Day event, where it discussed plans to reduce the cost of battery development with the goal of producing a $25,000 electric car.
Meanwhile, Tesla has postponed the production schedule for the highly anticipated Cybertruck to 2023, so it’s unlikely we’ll get a customer delivery event for at least another year.
Update September 30, 2022 9:06 PM ET: Article updated with YouTube link.