Robots, Rockets, and Innovators: The Advantages of Intelligent Failure

I’m in Huntsville, Alabama, on day three of my son’s robotics competition for high school students. The city is buzzing with young engineers, some dressed in Star Wars costumes, others with matching green striped ties knotted around their foreheads. It’s a beautiful celebration of nerdiness. In each match of the competition, run by First Robotics, …

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