Many people have heard of Hinton, Bengio, and LeCun in recent years, given the popularity of deep learning and neural networks, and their contributions to this subfield of Artificial Intelligence. For their contributions, they have conjointly received the Turing Award in 2019 (although, in my view, a few other people could also have received this award for the same reasons).
In addition to them, which computer scientists have received the Turing Award specifically for their contributions to Artificial Intelligence?
For each of them, please, describe the specific reason why they were awarded and/or provide the links to the official site that announces this or the Turing lecture.
Why am I asking this question? Alan Turing is considered one of the fathers, if not the father, of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science. In particular, in addition to the development of Turing machines, which are widely studied in Theoretical Computer Science and Theory of Computation, he's also published the famous paper Computing Machinery and Intelligence in 1950, where he proposed what was later called the Turing test, and asked one of the most fundamental questions in AI: "Can machines think?". The Turing Award is given to people that make significant contributions to CS or AI, so I think we should remember all these people that have contributed to AI.