We cannot understand the current gender disparity in computing without understanding the history of women in computing. How did we lose the women in computing? They did not just leave; they were pushed out.
The publishing landscape is changing, and ACM with it. We take this opportunity to describe what ACM thinks about recent trends, recent changes, and the future.
A spokesman for Iran's judiciary has confirmed that Abbas Edalat, a British-Iranian academic, has been arrested on security charges.
Students from the United States and Japan will talk with astronauts on the International Space Station this week as part of NASA's Year of Education on Station.
Army researchers have discovered what experienced information security teams already know: actual human interaction isn't a key to success when you already know your role on the team.
The U.S. Army is creating a virtual duplicate of our planet in which to drill troops.
Europe's leading scientists have crafted plans for a multinational European institute for artificial intelligence research.
In what has practically turned into an annual sign of spring, IBM rained layoff notices down on its tech workforce in late March and again in April.
Abbas Edalat, a professor of computer science and mathematics at Imperial College London and a political activist, has been arrested by Iran's Revolutionary Guards, according to the Center for Human Rights in Iran.
On a fall day in 1999, in the heart of Silicon Valley, I arrived at a two-story, L-shaped structure off the 101 freeway. It was young Google's headquarters, and I'd come with a gift.
Carnegie Mellon University will hire a researcher from the Library of Congress to help it decode a collection that includes two WWII German Enigma machines.
It's a good time to learn how to code.
Data science, engineering, and policy students teamed up to explore solutions to real societal challenges at the MIT Policy Hackathon.
Spiky yellow and blue shapes begin to fill a screen that spans an entire wall in a lab at Imperial College London.
Stanford University professor Andrea Goldsmith has received the ACM Athena Lecturer Award.
Salaries for top artificial intelligence researchers have skyrocketed because there are not many people who understand the technology and thousands of companies want to work with it.
Three students from Moscow State University earned the title of World Champions at the 2018 World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, held at Peking University.
Female researchers remain comparatively scarce in academic publishing, with some fields to remain male-dominated for centuries.