Malvern St James - Lecture by Ursula Martin (OGA) on Ada Lovelace, Programmes, Music and Thinking Machines
A lecture to explore what modern computers, digital music and artifical intelligence have to do with the English aristocrat and computer pioneer, Ada Lovelace, born 200 years ago.
Looking at the remarkable work by Ada Lovelace and thereby unpicking the origins of exciting modern technical developments.
Administration and organisation of the event is provided by the Markeitng Team, York Hall used for the lecture.
The lecture was open to pupils from Year Groups 10 - 13.
One of many interesting lectures planned at MSJ on an ongoing basis.