Elon Musk is convinced his Optimus robots will outsell Tesla cars in the future

Elon Musk has enjoyed incredible financial success with his many companies throughout the years. The most successful is hands down his You’re here cars, a technology that is still seeking to solve full artificial intelligence in vehicles. Musk is confident he is quite close to achieving something that will effectively change the human experience forever. The vast majority of the population don’t understand what could happen when or if Elon Musk’s companies solve this artificial intelligence problem in the real world. For starters, mass production of these robots will effectively bring us to all those sci-fi movies future where we as humans have robots serving us.

When Musk talks about his Optimus project, he wants to make sure that people understand these androids are not coming for humans’ regular jobs. He insists the most boring jobs are the ones that will be overtaken by his robots. If this happens, countless corporations will buy mass numbers of these robots and make Musk far wealthier than he already is. In fact, there’s a good chance he will become the first single human who amassed a trillion dollars in world history. Currently, Tesla sold 500,000 cars in the last year and Elon Musk is the richest man in the world. But these robots are what will change the economy of all his companies forever.

Musk is confident on Optimus’ potential.

During an earnings meeting at Tesla last Wednesday, Elon Musk insisted that the cars’ $18 billion revenue during the last year will look like child’s play when the robots take off. This is what Musk said: “I was surprised that people do not realize the magnitude of the Optimus robot program. The importance of Optimus will become apparent in the coming years. Those who are insightful or who listen carefully will understand that Optimus ultimately will be worth more than the car business and worth more than full self-driving, that’s my firm belief.”

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