ACM at a Glance
Nearly 110,000 Members from 190 Countries
170+ Technical Conferences, Workshops and Symposia
38 Special Interest Groups
1079 Professional and Student Chapters
66 Computing Journals
Spotlight on Turing Laureates
The ACM A.M. Turing Award, computing’s most prestigious honor, acknowledges individuals who have made lasting and major contributions to the field. Here, we look back at some of these technologies and breakthroughs that continue to impact our lives, and the remarkable innovators who helped shape them.
Public Policy Issues
Daily headlines about cybersecurity, encryption, artificial intelligence, drones, and a host of other issues, underscore the growing and complicated relationship between computing and public policy. ACM recently formed the ACM Technology Policy Council (TPC) to oversee its technology policy efforts globally. With the goal of fostering enlightened policies, ACM’s US Technology Policy Committee (USTPC) and Europe Technology Policy Committee (Europe TPC) work with the TPC in their respective regions to provide technical expertise for policymakers, the computing community and the public.
ACM Updates Code of Ethics
ACM recently updated its Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. The revised Code of Ethics addresses the significant advances in computing technology since the 1992 version, as well as the growing pervasiveness of computing in all aspects of society. To promote the Code throughout the computing community, ACM created a booklet, which includes the Code, case studies that illustrate how the Code can be applied to situations that arise in everyday practice and suggestions on how the Code can be used in educational settings and in companies and organizations. Download a PDF of the ACM Code booklet.
News Resources for Members
ACM Bulletins - ACM member news
People of ACM Bulletins - highlighting outstanding ACM members
MemberNet - monthly newsletter of ACM people and activities
CareerNews - digest of career-related topics
ACM-W Connections Newsletter - from ACM's Women in Computing
Computing News Resources
TechNews - digest for busy IT professionals
ACM Queue - latest computing trends for busy IT professionals
Ubiquity - IT opinion magazine and forum
RISKS Forum - moderated dialogue on computer-related risks
eLearn - magazine of online education and training
ACM's Official Social Media Policy
ACM regards social network platforms as essential channels for communicating with members and the computing community at large. Here are a set of guidelines, policies, and best practices to inform the use and management of ACM social media accounts across major social networks.
Download Logo & Identity Standards Guide
Comprehensive guidelines for the ACM logo and its associated branding elements and marketing communications. The branding elements include details on color palette, typography, photography and graphic motif.
Latest Press Releases
Ask an Expert
Are you a member of the media looking to speak with a computing expert on a specific topic? Whether you need to know about trends in cloud computing, software engineering or cybersecurity, ACM's media team can put you in touch with one of our expert members. To see if we can help contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advancing Computer Science Education at All Levels
ACM is at the forefront of advancing computer science education at all levels. Some recent reports outline ACM's findings in this area.
The Informatics Reference Framework for School (release February 2022)
Computational Thinking in PreK-5: Empirical Evidence for Integration and Future Directions
Computing Competencies for Undergraduate Data Science Curricula
Computing Curricula 2020: Paradigms for Global Computing Education (CC2020)
Rebooting the Pathway to Success: Preparing Students for Computing Workforce Needs in the United States