Mileva Maric (1875 – 1948) was Einstein’s first wife and a Serbian mathematician. In 1891 she obtained a special permission to enrol at the all-male Royal Classical High School in Zagreb. In 1896, she was admitted at the Zurich Polytechnic Institute (ETHZ), where she studied mathematics and physics. She was the only woman in her group of six students. The question whether she contributed to Einstein’s early work, and to the Annus Mirabilis Papers in particular, is a subject of debate. Our artificial intelligence system is named after her as a tribute to an extraordinarily talented woman, who overcame the restrictions on women admissibility to high education at that time, and potentially contributed to the theory of relativity.