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Ada Lovelace's skills with language, music and needlepoint contributed to her pioneering work in computing

By Corinna Schlombs, Associate Professor of History, Rochester Institute of Technology
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Lovelace was a prodigious math talent who learned from the giants of her time, but her linguistic and creative abilities were also important in her invention of computer programming.The Conversation


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