Computer science is hard to overestimate. Laptops that may fit in an envelope; smartphones and the Internet, which let us communicate with each other almost instantly even being 10 thousand miles away from each other; cryptography, which encroaches on a complete restructuring of the financial system in the world. What to say about artificial intelligence and its prospects. Sure, at the heart of computer science is mathematics and physics, but it has long since grown into an independent organism with limitless potential. So why isn't the Nobel Prize in Computer Science awarded?