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Talks by these A.M. Turing laureates:

  1. Edmund Clarke, "Computable Real Numbers and Why They Are Still Important Today"
    AbstractVideo
  2. Alan C. Kay, "Extracting Energy from the Turing Tarpit"
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  3. Butler Lampson, "What Computers Do: Model, Connect, and Engage"
    AbstractVideo
  4. Dana S. Scott, "Lambda Calculus Then and Now" λ–Calculus Timeline
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Panels by past ACM A.M. Turing Award winners:

  1. Turing the Man
    Chair: Keith Van Rijsbergen
    Panel: Charles Bachman, Calvin Gotlieb, William Newman, Wendy Hall
    AbstractVideo
  2. Human and Machine Intelligence
    Chair: Barbara Grosz
    Panel: Edward A. Feigenbaum, Marvin Minsky, Judea Pearl, Raj Reddy
    AbstractVideo
  3. The Turing Computational Model
    Chair: Moshe Vardi
    Panel: Stephen Cook, Juris Hartmanis, William Kahan, Richard E. Stearns
    AbstractVideo
  4. Information, Data, Security in a Networked Future
    Chair: Vint Cerf
    Panel: John Hopcroft, Bob Kahn, Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir
    AbstractVideo
  5. Programming Languages – Past Achievements and Future Challenges
    Chair: Susan Graham
    Panel: Frances Allen, Barbara Liskov, Nicklaus Wirth
    AbstractVideo
  6. Computer Architecture
    Chair: David Patterson
    Panel: Frederick P. Brooks, Jr., Ivan Sutherland, Charles P. (Chuck) Thacker
    AbstractVideo
  7. Systems Architecture, Design, Engineering, and Verification - The Practice in Research and Research in Practice
    Chair: Dahlia Malkhi
    Panel: Fernando J. Corbato, E. Allen Emerson, Joseph Sifakis, Ken Thompson
    AbstractVideo
  8. An Algorithmic View of the Universe
    Chair: Christos Papadimitriou
    Panel: Leonard Adleman, Richard M. Karp, Donald E. Knuth, Robert Tarjan, Leslie G. Valiant
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ACM Turing Centenary

 

In June, 2012, 33 ACM A.M. Turing Award Winners came together for the first time, to honor the 100th Anniversary of Alan Turing and reflect on his contributions, as well as on the past and future of computing.  The talks and panel discussions are available here.

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