The accepted papers are up in full detail. We are still struggling with the precise program itself, but that’s coming along. Also note the May 13 deadline for early registration and room booking.
I know that was good reasons, but let me just say that I am sad that the concept “Every paper has a talk”, which was what made ICML unique, has been given up for this year. 5 Minutes is not a talk, it’s a big spotlight.
I just hope this will not be a permanent installation, but that next year’s chairs will find a different solution, let it be one minute less for every speaker, another parallel session, an extra day, fewer papers… Just anything…
How many papers fall in the “big spotlight” category? If this number is small, I would second the Christoph’s suggestion.
The Change Problem and the Gap between Recreational and Serious MathematicsMon, Jul 28, 2014Computational Complexity
Hello, World!Sun, Jul 27, 2014natural language processing blog
A response to Vint CerfSun, Jul 27, 2014Geomblog
Open Machine Learning Workshop, August 22Sat, Jul 26, 2014Machine Learning (Theory)
Reductions in computability theory from a constructive point of viewSat, Jul 19, 2014Mathematics and Computation
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