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A Tesla Robot Attacks An Engineer In Giga Texas

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A Tesla Robot Attacks An Engineer In Giga Texas

(CTN News) – Witnesses were left in a state of Tesla shock and horror when a tragic incident occurred at the Giga Texas factory in Austin.

According to a report by Daily Mail, a Tesla engineer lost his life in a distressing manner due to a “violent” malfunction involving a robot.

The robot in question was specifically designed to handle and transport recently cast aluminum vehicle parts. However, during the malfunction, it unexpectedly latched onto the engineer’s back and arm with its metal claws.

This resulted in a distressing scene, as the engineer was attempting to secure two disabled Tesla robots, leaving a disturbing “trail of blood” across the factory floor.

Upon reviewing documents, Daily Mail discovered that the victim suffered an “open wound” on his left hand, as indicated in an injury report from 2021.

It is important to note that no other incidents involving robot-related injuries were reported to regulators in either 2021 or 2022. Nevertheless, this incident has further raised concerns regarding the potential risks associated with automated robots in the workplace.

There have been concerns raised about the swift adoption of new technology due to the rise in injuries caused by robotic colleagues at Amazon shipment centers, instances of aggressive behavior from robotic chess instructors, self-driving cars, and even reports of murderous droid doctors.

Although Tesla’s injury report, which is necessary to maintain tax breaks in Texas, stated that the engineer did not require time off work, an attorney representing Tesla’s contract workers suggests that the actual number of injuries could be higher than what was reported.

This claim is supported by the unreported death of a construction worker in September 2021 and conversations with other employees, as reported by BNN.

Additionally, the Workers Defense Project has filed a complaint with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), alleging that Tesla’s contractors provided false safety certificates to certain workers.

This situation is not unique, as Tesla has a history of underreporting injuries. Several investigations have revealed the misclassification of workplace accidents to avoid regulatory scrutiny.

The ongoing concerns regarding the safety of robotic automation in the workplace are further heightened by the incident at Giga Texas.

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