Ada Lovelace — World's First Computer Programmer [Chloe Skye]
Broads You Should Know
This week, Chloe brings us the tale of the world's first computer programmer. That's right, not first female programmer, first programmer, periodt! — A Broad is a woman who lives by her own rules. Broads You Should Know is the podcast about the Broads who helped shape our world! 3 Ways you can help support the podcast: Write a review on iTunes Share your favorite episode on social Tell a friend! — THE HOSTS Broads You Should Know is hosted by Sara Gorsky, Chloe Skye, & Jupiter Stone. IG: @BroadsYouShouldKnow Email: BroadsYouShouldKnow@gmail.com — Sara Gorsky IG: @SaraGorsky Web master / site design: www.BroadsYouShouldKnow.com — Chloe Skye Blog: www.chloejadeskye.com Podcasts: Skye and Stone do Television, where Chloe Skye & Jupiter Stone review TV shows. Thus far, they've covered Euphoria, Watchmen, and Lovecraft Country — Jupiter Stone TikTok: @JupiterFStone www.JupiterFStone.com Podcast: Modern Eyes with Skye and Stone, where Chloe Skye & Jupiter Stone look at films from 10 or more years ago through Modern Eyes — Broads You Should Know is produced & edited by Chloe Skye
EP21: Ada Lovelace Gin and the Efficacy of University Entrepreneurship Programs
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.CREATIVE DISTILLATIONJeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director firstname.lastname@example.orgBrad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director email@example.comDeming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business 303.492.9018 | firstname.lastname@example.org—EPISODE 21: Ada Lovelace gin and the Efficacy of University Entrepreneurship Programs On Episode 21 -- kicking off Season 3 of Creative Distillation! -- Brad and Jeff speak with Chuck Eesley, Associate Professor at the Stanford University School of Engineering. While enjoying some negronis mixed with Ada Lovelace gin, Chuck shares a brief but fascinating history of Ada, widely considered to be the first computer programmer (from the mid-19th century!). Tangentially, Brad brings up bitters and Jeff's over/underuse of them in this particular(ly strong) cocktail.This segues to an insightful (and fun) conversation about Chuck and Yong Suk Lee's research on the efficacy of university entrepreneurship programs. The results may surprise you.Learn more about Chuck: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eesley/Read the paper: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/smj.3246 Comments/criticism/suggestions/feedback? We'd love to hear it. Drop us a note at CDpodcast@colorado.edu.Thanks for listening.-An Analog Digital Arts Production for the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship Produced, recorded and edited by Joel Davis"AcidJazz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Welcome back Chickstorians! We've missed you! In the very first Ep of Season 3 Annie tells Yvie all about Ada Lovelace - the first woman to dream up a computer algorithm and software program. Although this discovery is often thought of as controversial, this incredible woman should be given the praise she deserves for taking an idea that one step further with her original thinking and creativity! Story begins at 14:12Got an amazing story about a chick in history of your own? Email your Chickstory to email@example.comFollow us on Instagram: @chickstory_podcastExecutive Producers Yvie Jones and Annette StaglienoEdited by Annette StaglienoProduced by Sam PetersenSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/chickstory. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're back for our second show! This week Professors Sue Black OBE and Gordon Love are joined by the most influential woman in tech in the UK in 2020 - Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE to discuss inclusivity and the history of women in tech including the life, innovation and lasting legacy of Ada Lovelace. Also in this episode, Durham’s Head of Computer Science explains the science and fascinating history behind the development of computer programmes.You can email your suggestions for moments for Sue and Gordon to look at using firstname.lastname@example.orgFor those interested in studying Computer Science at Durham, visit https://www.durham.ac.uk/departments/academic/computer-science/ to find out how you can apply.If you enjoyed this episode please do three lovely things for us - like, subscribe and tell a friend!100 Moments that Rocked Computer Science is a Why did the Chicken? production for Durham University.
What would have happened if Ada Lovelace was funded?
In 2020, U.S. VC firms deployed a vast amount of capital, but not only did the portion of funds to female founders drop, so did the funding to female-led startups. As the impact of the COVID-19 continues to be felt, closing the global gender gap has also increased by a generation from 99.5 years to 135.6 years, according to the World Economic Forum. In this episode of One Vision, Theo and Bradley chat with Tracy Chadwell, Founding Partner of 1843 Capital, an early stage venture capital firm, on funding, diversity, and longevity tech. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1P 199 - Ada Lovelace - Legacy of the Analytical Engine
1 Player Podcast
Episode 199 is about a sneaky little PnP game not found on BGG.. not exactly anyway. This is a legacy version of the game Ada Lovelace: Consulting Mathematician (which is on BGG). Julius found out about this game and goes through the legacy experience. Note, there is every the slightest spoiler in this, but this game doesn't have a lot to spoil. Check it out.. it sounds interesting! Ada Lovelace: Legacy of the Analytical Engine (Designer's site, payhip, itchio) Ada Lovelace: Consulting Mathematician (BGG)
Stefania tells the story of ADA LOVELACE, a mathematician and writer, whose passion for mathematics led to a prophetic interpretation of The Analytical Engine that provided the framework from which she would be viewed as one of the first computer programmers in history. Born: Dec. 10, 1815, London, UK; Died: Nov. 27, 1852, London, UK. Episode Sources: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ada_Lovelace Isaacson, Walter. The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. New York, NY, Simon & Schuster, 2014. CHM Live. Ada Lovelace: The Making of a Computer Scientist. www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UxjkGePZ48 Ada Lovelace: Great Minds. SciShow. www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBbVbqRvqTM Ada Lovelace: The Original Woman in Tech. Zoe Philpott. TedxBucharest. TEDx Talks. www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QQ3gWmd20s BBC DOCUMENTARY : Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing 2015. Forgotten Diaries. www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgUVrzkQgds - Host Dr. Hannah Fry Morais, Betsy, “The First Tech Visionary,” The New Yorker, October 15, 2013. https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/ada-lovelace-the-first-tech-visionary
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Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace, Ada Lovelace (10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. She is believed by some to be the first to recognize that the machine had applications beyond pure calculation, and to have published the first algorithm intended to be carried out by such a machine. As a result, she is often regarded as the first to recognize the full potential of computers and as one of the first computer programmers. In this episode KiranPrabha narrates the life sketch of Ada Lovelace
Restart Radio Republished: Ada Lovelace Day and the stories of women in STEM
The Restart Project Podcast
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, we’re republishing this 2018 interview with Suw Charman-Anderson, founder of the Ada Lovelace Day (ALD), which annually supports and increases the visibility of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers. First, we discuss how ALD started and how it came to be such a huge initiative, with international events happening each year. We then ask Suw why she chose Ada Lovelace as a symbol for this project. She tells us the story of Ada, a 19th-century mathematician who worked with polymath Charles Babbage on the design of the ‘Analytical Engine’, a vision of the first mechanical computer. Ada has been considered the first ever computer programmer, with a computing language now named after her. Then, we talk about the importance of role models for girls and women to go into science. Girls and women are still underrepresented in STEM, especially in fields such as physics or computing. Also, the historical contributions of women to science and tech have commonly been overlooked. At Restart, we are interested in engaging people with technology from early on – we chat with Suw about the need to engage girls from a very young age to actually change the gender disparity in STEM. Not only to motivate girls to go into these fields of education, but also to actually continue their careers after their training. Suw walks us through her own career in science, having graduated from Geology and struggling to find her professional path. She went into publishing and journalism, and reminds people that it is fine to have a less conventional career path. Before ALD, Suw co-founded the Open Rights Group in the UK, which campaigns for digital rights. We relate their early work on intellectual property law to the US Right to Repair initiative, discussing whether we actually own our devices when our access to repair is denied. And of course, whether Lovelace would’ve been a repairer and user of free and open-source software. If you’d like to get involved you can join us at a (future) Rosie skillshare, for/by women and non-binary people. Links: Finding Ada: ALD Finding Ada: Who was Ada? Adacore: The Ada programming language iPad Rehab She*fix Tutorials Repair Revolution London Bike Kitchen Open Rights Group Right to Repair Campaigns: US and Europe (which didn’t exist when we did the original recording) [Featured image by Flickr user Susanna Dahlgren] The post Restart Radio Republished: Ada Lovelace Day and the stories of women in STEM appeared first on The Restart Project.