ACM in the News

"Why Have So Few Women Won the Turing Award?"
Slate, January 6, 2020
ACM has made some progress toward gender inclusivity with regard to the Turing Award in recent years. This article explores how it could do more.

"Twitter, Facebook Want to Shift Power to Users. Or Do They?"
The New York Times, December 18, 2019
World Wide Web creator and ACM A.M. Turing Award recipient Tim Berners-Lee founded the company Solid to fix issues related to the centralized Internet by shifting ownership of personal data to users, and not to big corporations.

"Argonne-Led Team Wins Technology Challenge at SC19 "
Argonne National Laboratory, December 17, 2019
Multi-institutional project led by researchers at US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory wins SCinet Technology Challenge at SC19.

"Developing a Digital Twin"
University of Texas at Austin, December 4, 2019
Researchers present predictive digital twin for a custom-built unmanned aerial vehicle at SC19.

"Students learn about cybersecurity"
El Paso Community College, December 3, 2019
The ACM Student Chapter at EPCC and in collaboration with the White Sands Missile Range organized a workshop on cybersecurity titled "Man in the Middle Cybersecurity Capture the Flag Workshop."