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Title: Women in Technology

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Subject: Technology
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Date: April 17, 1999
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Shortly after Ada was born, her mother asked for a separation from Lord Byron out of fear her daughter would become a poet like her father. Because of this, she was taught to be a mathematician and scientist. Women 4 Ada at the age of 19 was having dinner at her friends' house when she first heard of Babbage's idea to invent a new calculating engine...

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According to Toole, "Babbage wanted a calculating engine that could not only foresee but could act on that foresight" (2000). Ada was very intrigued by his ideas and began a friendship with Babbage shortly after. "Ada predicted that a machine like this might be used to compose complex music, produce graphics, and for practical and scientific use (Toole, 2004)...

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