Born in 1916 in Michigan, this person was a mathematician and engineer who worked at Bell labs in the mid-20th century.
He was an English inventor and mathematician born in 1791 and invented what was referred to as a "difference engine."
He worked on cryptography projects during World War II and developed an imaging machine for processing bits of information on an infinite tape.
His father was the famous poet Lord Byron and published anonymously some written material on mathematics.
He was an English scientist who developed a system for describing gravity and the physical world and an innovative approach to calculus.
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
This German philosopher and mathematician invented calculus at the same time as Isaac Newton did and wrote about the nature of language.
James Clerk Maxwell
He was a scientist developed an imaginary intelligent creature...
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