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Will the first version of Optimus be able to seat itself in the passenger seat of a car? I’m thinking that I would want to take it out to the bars with me on the weekends. Do you think they would let a humanoid robot into a bar without a government-issued ID? If they don’t, couldn’t that be considered discrimination?

Musk already said that Tesla cars are semi-sentient robots on wheels, but I’m guessing that the artificial mind of Optimus will have to be much more advanced than that of Tesla’s cars since the robot is supposed to be able to do many more tasks than a car does (like going to the store and buying groceries, etc.). Plus, each Optimus unit is expected to develop its own unique personality, which all basically means that it’s not too far of a stretch to say that Tesla Bots will become conscious, sentient beings that deserve rights and should not be discriminated against.

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