How a 27 Year-Old Poet Became the World’s First Computer…

How a 27 Year-Old Poet Became the World’s First Computer Programmer 

Daughter of a mathematically gifted mother and the Romantic poet Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace’s understanding of computational logic was matched only by her interest in art and poetry. Big Think is proud to partner with the 92Y in bringing you this series on female genius as part of its 7 Days of Genius Festival – http://www.92y.org/Genius.

Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/maria-popova-on-ada-lovelaces-scientific-contributions

By: Big Think.

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How a 27 Year-Old Poet Became the World’s First Computer…

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