Musk said the machine, which waved at the audience and lifted its knees, is a work in progress — but will be tested by working at Tesla's car factories.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has subpoenaed his friend and former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey as part of an effort to back out of his $44 billion agreement to acquire the company.
James Riley of Florida said in his lawsuit that the company disabled a speed limiter on the electric car resulting in the death of his son and another teen.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick had ordered the former employee, Owen Diaz, to either accept or deny the amount within a two-week period.
The government plans soon to release data on collisions involving vehicles with autonomous or partially automated driving system that will likely single out Teslas for a disproportionately high number of such crashes.
The Tesla mogul quickly let the air out of this "trial balloon."
The billionaire accused the company of refusing to give him information about its spam bot accounts.
"If you don't show up, we will assume you have resigned," the billionaire's email allegedly said.
Elon Musk is holding off on his $44 billion purchase of Twitter after raising concerns about the number of bots and spam accounts.