NeurIPS Is Once Again Amid Controversies Due To “Terrible” Reviews

NeurIPS Is Once Again Amid Controversies Due To “Terrible” Reviews

NeurIPS Is Once Again Amid Controversies Due To “Terrible” Reviews. The review period of the papers began in July, and in August, NeurIPS has sent out the paper reviews for this year's conference.

This year, the thirty-fourth annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, NeurIPS 2020 is going to be held virtually from 6th to 12th December. The paper submissions for this year is 38% more than last year, i.e. a total of 1,903 papers were accepted, compared to 1,428 last year. 

The review period of the papers began in July, and in August, the popular AI conference, NeurIPS has sent out the paper reviews for this year’s conference. This has brought the popular machine learning event once again amid the controversies as it has been claimed that the reviews of the papers are “terrible”, i.e. either they are not clear, or the sentences were incomplete by the reviewers, among others.

In a tweet, Director of AI Research at NVIDIA and California Institute of Technology Professor, Anima Anandkumar shed light on the paper reviews. Anandkumar said that she has been witnessing terrible paper reviews for the “nth time” and it is worthy of banning the reviewers from submitting as authors “if they can’t write a review in good faith”.

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