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Brent Waters, Dan Boneh, Len Aldeman, and Patrick McDaniel.

Clockwise from top left: Brent Waters, Dan Boneh, Len Aldeman, and Patrick McDaniel.

Since its inauguration in 1966, the ACM A.M. Turing Award has recognized major contributions of lasting importance to computing. Through the years, it has become the most prestigious award in computing. To help celebrate 50 years of the ACM Turing Award and the visionaries who have received it, ACM has launched a campaign called "Panels in Print," a collection of responses from Turing laureates, ACM award recipients and other ACM experts on a given topic or trend.

ACM's celebration of 50 years of the ACM Turing Award will culminate with a conference June 23–24, 2017, at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco. This unique event will highlight the significant impact of ACM Turing laureates' achievements on computing and society, to look ahead to the future of technology and innovation, and to help inspire the next generation of computer scientists to invent and dream.


 

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