This was done as part of a demonstration of an artificial intelligence software stack running on a Dojo supercomputer.
Tesla’s AI Day presentation wasn’t for everyone. As CEO Elon Musk warned, it was very technical, and after the first hour, the next two hours of the presentation were for AI and robotics experts.
The company described its many AI-related programs in great detail.
Since I’m not an AI expert, I’ve revisited the presentation several times over the past few days to better understand the Tesla program and share some of the funniest parts for those who may have missed them after getting lost in all the turmoil.
Rajeev Kurian, Tesla’s chief software and hardware engineer, explained in a presentation how Tesla is making the most of AI for the Dojo supercomputer.
He posted several images of “cybertrucks on Mars” created by the Stable Diffusion neural network on Dojo hardware, and aptly remarked: “It looks like neuroscience still has a long way to go before making it to the Tesla Design Studio team.”
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