5. Ada Lovelace
My brain is more than just a human being; As time will tell. Alfred Edward Chalon of Ada Levels painted watercolors in 184. Ada Levels was an English mathematician and the world’s first computer programmer. Lewellen privilege as the daughter of an unstable romantic poet. Lord Byron (who had just left his family at the age of 2 months), and Lady Wentworth.
Ada was a charming lady of society who befriend people like Charles Dickens. But she is best known as the first person to publish an algorithm design for computers. Her intelligence is many years ahead of her time. Lewellen with cancer at the age of 36, and it took nearly a century after his death for people to appreciate. His notes on Babbage’s analytics engine, known as the first description of computers and software.