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The Innovators Summary

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Many are unaware that the digital revolution started well before the first computer was created. The journey began in 1843 with the collaboration of Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace. With each new decade, different innovations emerged and were developing until culminating in the creation of the computer and the internet.

In Innovators, the author introduces us to the great inventors who contributed to the birth of modern technology. We also discovered that men were not solely responsible for the invention of computers.

Many women participated directly and even were the first to program computers.

Innovators tell the story of the people who created computers and the internet. It is a guide on innovation and presents the history of the digital revolution. This is the story of how the minds of great creators worked and what made them so creative.

The beginning of the digital revolution

The Countess Ada Lovelace was the daughter of the poet Lord Byron and his wife, Anne. Her life was a constant mixture of mathematics and art, a combination that allowed her to have ideas and think of possibilities far ahead of her time. She began collaborating with mathematical scientist Charles Babbage after being impressed by his ‘Machine of Difference,’ a machine he built to solve polynomial equations.

The Innovators Summary

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