The life of a dataset in machine learning research – interview with Bernard Koch
Find out more about the advantages and disadvantages of benchmarking, and the lifecycle of datasets within task communities.
17 February 2022, by
#NeurIPS2021 invited talks round-up: part three – the collective intelligence of army ants
In this third round-up of the invited talks at NeurIPS 2021, we cover the final talk by Radhika Nagpal.
27 January 2022, by
RLiable: towards reliable evaluation and reporting in reinforcement learning
Practical approaches to improve the rigour of deep reinforcement learning algorithm comparison.
19 January 2022, by
#NeurIPS2021 invited talks round-up: part two – benign overfitting, optimal transport, and human and machine intelligence
Continuing our series of round-ups of the invited talks from NeurIPS, we cover three more presentations.
14 January 2022, by
#NeurIPS2021 in tweets – highlights from the first week
Find out what attendees have been up to at the Neural Information Processing Systems conference.
13 December 2021, by
#NeurIPS2021 invited talks round-up: part one – Duolingo, the banality of scale and estimating the mean
There are eight invited talks at the conference this year. In this post, we give a taster of the first three.
09 December 2021, by
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#NeurIPS2021 in tweets – highlights from the first two days
This compilation of tweets gives a flavour of the conference so far, and highlights some forthcoming events.
07 December 2021, by
Congratulations to the NeurIPS 2021 award winners!
The winners of the outstanding paper awards, test of time award, and best paper awards for the datasets and benchmarks track have been announced.
02 December 2021, by
What’s coming up at NeurIPS 2021?
Find out about the talks, workshops, tutorials, and other events scheduled at NeurIPS this year, taking place from 6-14 December, 2021.
29 November 2021, by
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