In Photos: Ada Lovelace Exhibit at London's Science Museum
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From that point on, she used the name she is known by today: Ada Lovelace. The machine was never completed, but Babbage did build this segment to demonstrate what the machine could do. (Credit: Science Museum/SSPL) Woven portrait By the early 19th century, many weaving looms used punched cards to control and determine the woven pattern. (Credit: Science Museum) Analytical Engine In 1834, Charles Babbage began work on a new calculating machine, called the Analytical Engine. (Credit: Science Museum) New exhibit A view of the Ada Lovelace exhibit at the Science Museum in London.