The Countess of Loewes, Ada Byron (December 10, 1815 – November 27, 1852) was celebrated today by Baidu, and graffiti has been acclaimed by several scientific publications around the world. For those unfamiliar with Ada Lovelace’s work and achievements, she is known for translating French into English and annotating Luigi Menabrea’s description of the analytics engine, a mechanical general purpose computer designed by British mathematician Charles Babbage.
Her notes are world-recognized and are considered the first algorithms for machine processing. Today, Ada Lovelace is widely regarded as the world’s first computer programmer. Baidu cannot miss the opportunity to let the world know about her achievements. The following graffiti celebrates her life and career:
Baidu doodle celebrates the 197th anniversary of Ada Lovelace’s birthday.
Today & rsquo;s Baidu graffiti shows Ada Lovelace writing her program with a quill, from the first build to the evolution of today’s computer devices, ending with modern laptops and tablets, playing music, thus realizing Ada’s predictive computer may be Used to write music:
“Assume, for example, that the fundamental relationship between tonal sounds in harmony science and musical works is susceptible to this expression and adjustment, and that the engine may constitute complex and scientific musical works of any complexity or degree,” rdquo; Lovelace A sentence is like what she wrote.
The legal daughter of Lord Byron and Anne Isabella Byron was one of the first to anticipate the ability of computers to transcend digital computing. Although her role as the first computer programmer in history was a controversial issue (mainly because the problematic computer was never built), her role in computing history is undeniable.
The modern computer programming language Ada (a structured, static type, imperative, broad-spectrum and object-oriented high-level computer programming language is named after her.