Last week saw the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR 2020) go virtual. Over 5600 people, from 89 different countries, registered to participate. Here we provide a round-up of tweets from event participants, speakers and organisers.
#ICLR2020 Public Archive – https://t.co/EpXWIK0ujS
* ~700 short talks with synced slides, papers, and code
* 8 keynotes with moderated QA
* 15 workshops on topics ranging from climate change to AfricaNLP. pic.twitter.com/FVX2JJUYVZ
— Sasha Rush (@srush_nlp) May 4, 2020
1/ Spent the last couple weeks in quarantine obsessively coding a website for Virtual ICLR with @hen_str. We wanted to build something that was fun to browse, async first, and feels alive. pic.twitter.com/mwvp4T3qvt
— Sasha Rush (@srush_nlp) April 24, 2020
I'm liking the virtual format of #ICLR. All the papers (sorted by filters) are easily accessible (finding papers in poster sessions can be exhaustive). Let's see how the communication happens virtually.
— Prajjwal (@prajjwal_1) April 25, 2020
Definitely set the bar high :). The organizer are also sharing their learned lessons from this very special edition: https://t.co/KhtnESJ7T7🚀🚀
— Aya Salama (@2ayasalama) May 4, 2020
— Alice Oh (@aliceoh) May 4, 2020
This past week at #ICLR was amazing. It presented my first poster from my recent work “Bilateral Trade Modeling with Graph Neural Networks” at the #PML4DC workshop. A thousand thanks to @m_deff and @bose_joey for the awesome supervision. Paper: https://t.co/twRQ43p6Ar
— Kobby Panford-Quainoo (@panfordkobby) May 5, 2020
— Abhijeet Parida (@parida_a) April 26, 2020
— Hamid EBZD (@heghbalz) April 26, 2020
1. The virtual platform for #ICLR is amazing!
2. How can I be in a dozen places at the same time? The workshops all look exciting, covering so many topics: cancer care, languages, climate change, healthcare, neural network research.
Keynotes begin tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/9nZcUZfeDC
— Reshama Shaikh 😷 (@reshamas) April 26, 2020
So i joined an #iclr live poster session and I ended up with a phd internship opportunity !!
How cool is that !!! 😂😂
— Rosana El Jurdi (@JurdiRosana) April 29, 2020
— RE•WORK Deep Learning (@reworkdl) May 1, 2020
If you didn't catch my #ICLR2020 keynote last week, you can find it here—along with the Q&A session. Thank you to all who joined, as well as the organizing committee for putting this amazing event together despite difficult circumstances! https://t.co/lnYQKUwYtX pic.twitter.com/S7g1PFPwj7
— Mihaela van der Schaar (@MihaelaVDS) May 4, 2020
A nice summary of all the recent work that has been done in (Vision+Language) space from @deviparikh at #ICLR.#ICLR2020
PS: Other relevant work to ViLBERT which she hinted at are: VLBERT, VisualBERT, UniTER, LXMERT. pic.twitter.com/b8ABWCKGRy
— Prajjwal (@prajjwal_1) April 26, 2020
— Thierno Ibrahima DIOP 🇸🇳🇸🇳🇸🇳 (@bayethiernodiop) April 22, 2020
ICLR Town: Pokemon-esque environment to wander around and bump into people, which syncs almost seamlessly with video-chatting capabilities.
— Maithra Raghu (@maithra_raghu) April 28, 2020
A nice long summary of knowledge graph related papers at the ongoing virtual 8th International Conference on Learning Representations conference (ICLR 2020) 🚀 #ICLR #KnowledgeGraph #AI #KnowledgeRepresentation https://t.co/dJ7MjrdCgF
— Tim Finin (@timFinin) April 28, 2020
— Roshna Omer (@RoshnaOmer) May 1, 2020
Had a blast at #ICLR2020: especially blown away by the poster sessions!
Here's a non-exhaustive list of papers I took notes on. A little rough, but might be of interest to people interested in QA, text generation, or transformers 🙂https://t.co/Gl8fCajiPc
— Yacine Jernite (@YJernite) May 1, 2020
Really happy to share #visualmlnotes ✍️ a virtual gallery of sketchnotes taken at Machine Learning talks 🧠🤓🤖 which includes last weeks #ICLR2020. Explore, exploit & feel free to share:
💻 website: https://t.co/qvqNbaIXxR
📝 repository: https://t.co/H107Os2Rg8 pic.twitter.com/pnMN7f0jfi
— Robert Lange (@RobertTLange) May 3, 2020
Similar papers section on #ICLR2020 feels like YouTube recommendations for research (there is even chat for comments). I wish all authors now publish short videos along with their papers. pic.twitter.com/ixPkwMlKgW
— Masha Vladimirova (@iamvladimirova) April 30, 2020