Ada Lovelace was the child of the poet Lord Byron and Lady Annabelle. Ada was interested in maths and science; she was also interested in literature and the arts. She called her approach as poetical science.<\p>

She had the opportunity to interact and discuss with the best scientific and literary minds of her time. She worked along Charles Babbage the famous mathematician on his analytical engine. While Babbage looked at the mathematical and computational power of the machine, Ada created an algorithm that helped translate an Italian article, showing computers were capable of more than number crunching.<\p>

Make sure you get your hands on the picture biography of this poet-scientist. Written by Diane Stanley and illustrated by Jessie Hartland, the story of the world's first computer programmer Ada Lovelace will be inspired and charmed by her story.<\p>


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