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Students (right to left)  Ramya Raja, Maria DeSouza, Andrew Collett, Owen Taylor, Jacob Nickles, Logan Swafford and Eric Laurin all proudly stand with their robots after competing in the VEX state championship.

Raider Robotics State Championship

Ramya Raja, News and Sports Editor March 8, 2018

  North Forsyth High School’s robotics club, Raider Robotics, had four teams qualify for the VEX robotics state championship at Ola High School in McDonough, GA during the weekend of March 2-3....

Can Your Rumba Take Over the World?

Can Your Rumba Take Over the World?

Diana Rodgers, Web Editor October 25, 2016

If someone were to ask if a Rumba could take over the world, it would be a common place to laugh back in their face, but in this day and age, we are approaching the things of science fiction nightmares-appliances...

Scientists in New York discover a way to program very polite robots who apologize for their mistakes and question what this means for roboticists in the future. Daily Mail writer, Sarah Griffiths, comments on the experiment in an analysis of, “Its response demonstrates a basic level of self-awareness ... as well as good manners.”

Scientists Create Polite Robot That Passes Self-Awareness Test

Ashton Bruce, Staff Writer November 9, 2015

Scientists, in a string of events that a decade ago could only be imagined in sci-fi horror movies where robots take over the world, take the next step to free-thinking robots by creating a robot that...

The North Forsyth Raider Robotic Team prepares to compete in the 2015 VEX Georgia State Championship. The program is run by Ms. Marshall, an engineering teacher at North Forsyth High School. The teams 3536E and 3536B were finalists for the state competition.

Raider’s Robotic Team Travels to State Championship

Maddy James, Staff Writer March 5, 2015

February 27th and February 28th, the North Forsyth High School Robotics Team travelled to the VEX Georgia State Championship to compete for the state title. Before the championship, the Raiders participated...

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