ACM Fellowship is an award and fellowship that recognises outstanding members of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). The title of ACM Fellow indicates excellence, as evidenced by technical, professional and leadership contributions that:
- advance computing
- promote the free exchange of ideas
- advance the objectives of ACM
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At most 1% of the ACM membership may be elected as Fellows.
New fellows are elected annually since 1993. As of 2016[update] examples of ACM Fellows include Vint Cerf, Anne Condon and Serge Abiteboul.  See also the List of Fellows of the Association for Computing Machinery and Category:Fellows of the Association for Computing Machinery for more examples. Some fellows use the post-nominal letters FACM.
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