A chinese company unveiled a new humanoid robot that looks a lot like Tesla’s.


A video of cyber one is posted by xiaomi a humanoid robot that looks a lot like designs for Tesla’s Optimus, last week. As soon as September Elon musk said a prototype of a Tesla bot could be unveiled.

Xiaomi’s new bot could provide some insight into what to expect for Tesla’s AI day. tesla is beaten by Xiaomi building a functional humanoid robot, but the design for its CyberOne robot looks eerily similar to the electric-car maker’s Optimus, During a live event in Beijing last week the Chinese tech company unveiled its first look at CyberOne.


In June Xiaomi CEO Lei The humanoid bot was able to walk across the stage and appeared to communicate. In September Tesla is expected to reveal more details on its own bot at the carmaker’s second annual AI Day.

At september 30 event Elon Musk said Tesla may have an Optimus prototype .what we can expect from a Tesla bot Xiaomi’s new bot could provide some insights the similarities between CyberOne and Tesla’s designs didn’t comment by a spokesperson for Xiaomi.


included a man in a spandex suit revealed by tesla Optimus the Tesla bot concept design at the AI event.CyberOne stands at five foot eight inches much like tesla Optimus .white and black minimalist design has the same bot including an LED screen instead of a face. slightly bulkier appear cyber one. In atlas, Both Tesla and Xiaomi’s humanoid robots draw a strong contrast to Boston Dynamic’s bulkier and more dexterous bot.

Musk has explored that the bot has the ability to detect human emotion Xiaomi also said in its press release Tesla bot could eventually develop a unique personality and even become a human companion. just shy of Tesla’s planned speed of 5 miles per hour CyberOne can move at a top speed of about 2.2 miles per hour.


but doesn’t appear to do much else Unlike the Optimus designs, CyberOne has mitten-like hands that can open and close. the designs of other tech companies The Chinese tech company has been known to riff off.

the company has repeatedly released smartphones and internal updates that are almost indistinguishable from Apple’s iPhone and iOS software over the past decade I’ve accused Xiaomi of “theft.” by former Apple Chief Design Officer Johnny in 2014, At the time An accusation which Xiaomi co-founder Lin Bin denied. Apple became the world’s second-biggest smartphone seller Xiaomi overtook last year. In some kind of human butler, Xiaomi does not appear to have any plans to turn CyberOne.


the company says CyberOne will “give birth to more application scenarios in other fields,” in its press release than a major project emphasizing that the bot will act more as a marketing tool.


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