Ada Lovelace honoured by Google doodle

Ada Lovelace honoured by Google doodle

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New Mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron left legacy as role model for young women entering technology careersGoogle's latest doodle celebrates the 197th birthday of Ada Lovelace, the 19th century mathematician and daughter of romantic poet Lord Byron.Often described as world's first computer programmer, Lovelace showed a keen interst in mathematical...
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