Maybe, but then there's the 40 honorary PhD's, first American Fellow of the BCS, inaugural "Man of the Year" award from the AITP, etc. Also, the US Navy doesn't give out Admiral'ships just for good attendance, nor do huge computer firms generally headhunt people in their 70's. What's grumbly is that there's supposed to be a movie out, but it's probably been trumped out of production by "Hidden Figures" (four black women at NASA).A man would def have won a Turing award for that. Just grumbling.
Adm. Grace Murray Hopper has her own ACM award. The Association for Computing Machinery, which established the ACM Alan M. Turing Award in 1966, similarly honored Adm. Hopper when in 1971 they established the ACM Grace Murray Hopper Award.All these snippets introducing GH fail to bring up in a timely manner the fact that she invented the most important concept in computer science: compilers. A man would def have won a Turing award for that. Just grumbling. These are great articles and snippets, otherwise.