ACM has recognized 58 members by naming them 2019 ACM Fellows for their contributions to areas that underpin the defining technologies of the digital age.
ACM president Cherri M. Pancake said the technologies for which ACM Fellows were recognized stem from diligent collaborative and/or individual research, creative inspiration, and sometimes informed risk-taking. Said Pancake, "In highlighting the accomplishments of the ACM Fellows, we hope to give credit where it is due, while also educating the public about the extraordinary array of areas in which computing professionals work."
This year's Fellows come from academia, industry, and research centers in the U.S., Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, and Switzerland. The Fellows' achievements include advancements in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, computer graphics, computational biology, data science, security and privacy, software engineering, quantum computing, and Web science.
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