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Anita Borg Institute Announces Women of Vision Award Winners

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General Manager of Intel Corp.'s Emerging Markets Platform Group Lila Ibrahim

Lila Ibrahim currently leads the research, definition, development and marketing of Intel Corp. technologies specifically intended for education worldwide.

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The Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology has named Kathleen R. McKeown, Kristina M. Johnson, and Lila Ibrahim the winners of the 2010 Women of Vision Awards.

McKeown, a computer science professor at Columbia University, is the winner in the innovation category for her work in natural language processing in artificial intelligence, information extraction, and human-machine interaction.

Johnson, the Under Secretary for Energy and the dean of Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering, is the winner in the leadership category. At the U.S. Department of Energy, Johnson is working to reduce greenhouse gases, and she led Duke's effort to expand its engineering school.

Ibrahim, general manager of Intel's Emerging Markets Platform Group, is the winner in the social impact category for leading Intel's efforts to use technology to support education, health, and e-governance around the world.

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