Will Musk produce Robot Wives for sex?
Photos of Elon Musk and a supposed female humanoid robot went viral on various social media. The pictures showed the famous billionaire and his alleged robot wife (nicknamed Catanila by users) in an intimate pose.
According to some Internet users, the photos of Tesla founder Elon Musk kissing humanoid female robots are proof that Tesla is planning to produce a “robot wife.”
Some sources even report that the company is in the final stages of creating such a robot, and that Robot Wives is expected to be released in September 2023. After that, it will be available in Africa by November 2023.
Also, the information available on the Internet states that Robot Wives will use batteries that last for a menstrual cycle.
“The rechargeable batteries will only take three days to charge and will last for a month. Sex with the robot wife will require a password, pattern, or fingerprint to avoid being locked out.”
It is also noted that Robot Wife will cost about $3,144, depending on the specification.
However, reputable media outlets doubt the veracity of such rumours, as they believe these images were created by artificial intelligence and are the work of the same artist who created the viral image of the Pope in a white down jacket, France 24 reports. It is possible that this was another viral advertisement for the presentation of the updated Tesla Bot.
Elon Musk acts like a visionary entrepreneur in the world of technological advances and innovative ideas. The business tycoon and investor is constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible. From revolutionizing the electric car industry with Tesla to revolutionizing space travel with SpaceX, Elon Musk is constantly striving to reshape industries and change the way we live.
Recently, Tesla owner Elon Musk presented an updated version of the humanoid robot Tesla Bot during a shareholder meeting.
It was shown how the robot slowly moves and walks, collects items from one container and puts them in another. This demonstrated an example of AI learning from human behaviour. Now, seven months after its debut, Tesla's humanoid robot is on its way to becoming a mass product.
It is expected that the company will start mass production of Tesla Bot after it releases its long-promised first Cybertruck cyber trucks.