In pictures: The unsung women of technology

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Ida Rhodes: Language designer

In the early 1950s Ida Rhodes, who came to the U.S. from Ukraine in 1913, designed the computer language C-10 for the UNIVAC I computer system, which was used to calculate the census. She also designed and programmed the original computer used by the Social Security Administration. Rhodes was widely recognized as a pioneer in designing modern computers; one source cites that at a 1952 conference, Rhodes presented a paper describing a future with desktop computers, multiple programming languages and video displays.

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