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  1. 1. Ada Lovelace Augusta Ada King born on December 10, 1815 is better known as AdaLovelace. She was born in England. She was the beloved daughter of hermother Isabella Byron and her father Lord Byron who was a famous poet.Her mother wanted her to not only have her father’s influence in poetry andwriting but also to learn mathematics and science too. Ada married WilliamKing. After they were married he inherited a noble title of Earl. Soonafter, they became the Earl and countess of Lovelace. She had died inMarylebone on November 27, 1852. From childhood Ada Lovelace has followed her mother’s footsteps. Shehas accomplished great things in life that were very helpful to the world.She was known as an analyst, metaphysician, and founder of scientificcomputing. She was the first female to create a computer program. She hadalso created computer-generated music. She along with her partner WilliamBabbage worked on the first computing machine. She worked for many yearson programs and named it a general-purpose computer. Ada Lovelace was really important to science, technology, andmathematics. Ada was a mathematician that kept up with the great maleminds of the world at that time. She was the first female who created thefirst computer that contributed all over the world. Today if it wasn’t forher amazing work on her idea of the computer, we may not be as advancedas we are today. We wouldn’t be able to type school reports or other stuffToday she is remembered as an great mathematician and the first computerprogrammer for the world’s first technology.

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