Alan Kay

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Alan Kay

(person)
The leader of the Software Concepts Group at Xerox Palo Alto Research Centre which developed Smalltalk, the pioneering object-oriented programming system, in 1972.
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Alan Curtis Kay, 64, of Los Angeles, received the award for creating the concept of modern personal computing and contributing to its realization.
Alan Curtis Kay will receive the award for creating the concept of personal computing and contributing to its realization.