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By: Adriana Hamacher Original article posted on Robohub Ada Lovelace was the world’s first computer programmer, and heralded symbolic logic by demonstrating future applications for the universal computing machine that Charles Babbage proposed. She was exceptional in her era for her mathematical brilliance, but though she imagined future applications for a multitude of technological innovations, women at that time […]
Originally printed in the Summer/Fall 2014 Newsletter Lydia Tapia is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico who does research on methodologies for the simulation and analysis of motions. She has applied these ideas to both robots and disease causing proteins as the director of the Adaptive Motion Planning Research […]