The story of Ada Byron Lovelace and her contributions to computing, over a hundred years before the time usually thought to be the start of the Computer Age. Daughter of a mathematically gifted, social activist mother and the "mad, bad and dangerous to know" poet, Lord Byron,
Ada's life was unconventional, daring, and short. Possessed of enormous energy and talent, she faced some daunting obstacles - both in her personal life and the society of her time - as she fought to work professionally and make a contribution to science and mathematics.
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