Pyongyang, DPRK 19 December 2011 Statement issued by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency announcing the death of Kim Jong Il, who led the country, officially named the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, for 17 years: Notice to All Party Members, Servicepersons and People The Central Committee and the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea, the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly and the Cabinet of the DPRK notify with bitterest grief to all the party members, servicepersons and people of the DPRK that Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army, passed away of a sudden illness at 08: 30 on December 17, Juche 100 (2011) on his way to field guidance.
He dedicated all his life to the inheritance and accomplishment of the revolutionary cause of Juche and energetically worked day and night for the prosperity of the socialist homeland, happiness of people, reunification of the country and global independence.
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To fill that niche and rectify the past a little, I’ve assembled this list of 15 pioneering women in the history of computer science and early web. Charles Babbage gets a ton of cred for inventing the first computer, an analytical machine, in the mid-1800s, but Ada Lovelace, his corresponder and occasional research assistant, wrote the first algorithm intended for the machine to use.
Aside from , she was a world class mathematician and scientific thinker.
She was also interested in creating a model for how the brain creates thoughts and feelings, predating the current field of AI.
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She considered her approach a “poetical science” (fitting, since she’s the daughter of Lord Byron, yes that broody dick Lord Byron), and she was one of the first people to envision a use for Babbage’s machine beyond basic number-crunching.