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Call for blog posts

​ We invite all researchers and practitioners to submit a blog post discussing work previously published at a top-tier venue to the ICLR 2024 blog post track. The format and process for this blog post track are described below. ​


​ Write a post on a subject that has been published at a top-tier venue (ICLR, ICML, NeurIPS, AAAI, UAI, CVPR, SIGGRAPH, ECCV, ICCV, etc.) relatively recently. Past blog posts can be accessed here. ​

Conflict of interest

​ The authors of the blog posts will have to declare their conflicts of interest (positive or negative) with the paper (and their authors) they write about. Conflicts of interest include:


Blog post

​ The posts will be created and published under a unified template; see the submission instructions and the sample post hosted on the blog of this website.


Additionally, accepted posts will have the option to present their work as a poster during the main poster session. For more information about the main poster session (time, poster format, etc.) please refer to the ICLR homepage.


Blogs will be peer-reviewed (double-blind) for quality and novelty of the content: clarity and pedagogy of the exposition, new theoretical or practical insights, reproduction/extension of experiments, etc. The review is dual-anonymous assuming good faith from both submitters and reviewers (see the submission instructions for more details). ​

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