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ACM Names 71 Fellows for Computing Advances That Drive Innovation

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ACM has named 71 of its members 2021 ACM Fellows for advances underpinning innovations that influence a wide range of technologies that people use daily.

Their contributions cover areas including cloud database systems, deep learning acceleration, high-performance computing, mobile and networked systems, computer science education, cryptography, robotics, and theoretical computer science.

The 2021 Fellows are affiliated with universities, corporations, and research centers in Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, and the U.S.

"Technological progress would not be possible without the essential building blocks of individual contributors," said ACM president Gabriele Kotsis. "In announcing a new class of Fellows each year, we celebrate the impact ACM Fellows make, as well as the many technical areas of computing in which they work.”

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