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-====Overview====+=======Paper submission deadline======= 
 +5:00pm Eastern Standard Time, October 27, 2017 
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 +=======Location====== 
 +Vancouver Convention Center, Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 30 - May 3, 2018 
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 +======Overview======
  
 The performance of machine learning methods is heavily dependent on the choice of data representation (or features) on which they are applied. The rapidly developing field of deep learning is concerned with questions surrounding how we can best learn meaningful and useful representations of data. We take a broad view of the field and include topics such as feature learning, metric learning, compositional modeling, structured prediction, reinforcement learning, and issues regarding large-scale learning and non-convex optimization. The range of domains to which these techniques apply is also very broad, from vision to speech recognition,​ text understanding,​ gaming, music, etc. The performance of machine learning methods is heavily dependent on the choice of data representation (or features) on which they are applied. The rapidly developing field of deep learning is concerned with questions surrounding how we can best learn meaningful and useful representations of data. We take a broad view of the field and include topics such as feature learning, metric learning, compositional modeling, structured prediction, reinforcement learning, and issues regarding large-scale learning and non-convex optimization. The range of domains to which these techniques apply is also very broad, from vision to speech recognition,​ text understanding,​ gaming, music, etc.
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 ====What Is Changing from ICLR 2017==== ====What Is Changing from ICLR 2017====
  
-1) Submissions will be double blind, meaning that reviewers cannot see author names when performing reviews, and authors cannot see reviewer names. While we will still use Open Review to host papers and allow for public discussions that can be seen by all, comments that are posted remain anonymous. ​+1) Submissions will be **double blind**, meaning that reviewers cannot see author names when performing reviews, and authors cannot see reviewer names. While we will still use Open Review to host papers and allow for public discussions that can be seen by all, comments that are posted remain anonymous. ​
  
 2) If someone wants to cite a paper during the review period, OpenReview will provide a BibTeX entry that does not list the authors, but does give the title, year and URL. Only at the end of the review period will the authors be revealed. 2) If someone wants to cite a paper during the review period, OpenReview will provide a BibTeX entry that does not list the authors, but does give the title, year and URL. Only at the end of the review period will the authors be revealed.
  
-3) We will have only one round of review process, where the reviewers will provide their assessment of the paper. There will still be a discussion period between the authors and reviewers after the initial review round.+3) We will have **only one round** of review process, where the reviewers will provide their assessment of the paper. There will still be a discussion period between the authors and reviewers after the initial review round.
  
  
 ====ICLR Submission Instructions==== ====ICLR Submission Instructions====
  
-By October 27 - 5:00pm EST, authors are asked to submit their paper to: +By **October 27 - 5:00 pm EST**, authors are asked to submit their paper to: 
  
 https://​openreview.net/​group?​id=ICLR.cc/​2018/​Conference ​ https://​openreview.net/​group?​id=ICLR.cc/​2018/​Conference ​
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 ====Reviewing Process==== ====Reviewing Process====
  
-1) Submissions to ICLR are uploaded on OpenReview, which enables public discussion. All comments are publicly visible (even for people who are not logged in) but the author of a comment can decide to post anonymously or not. Log in is required before posting any comment. +  - Submissions to ICLR are uploaded on OpenReview, which enables public discussion. All comments are publicly visible (even for people who are not logged in) but the author of a comment can decide to post anonymously or not. Log in is required before posting any comment. 
- +  ​- ​Authors are encouraged to revise their paper as many times as needed up until the paper deadline of October 27. Note authors can participate in the discussion about their paper as well as any other paper submitted to the conference, at any time. 
-2) Authors are encouraged to revise their paper as many times as needed up until the paper deadline of October 27. Note authors can participate in the discussion about their paper as well as any other paper submitted to the conference, at any time. +  ​- ​By November 27 2017, reviewers need to post their full review. Reviews are anonymous and publicly visible in Open Review. Once the reviews are posted, authors are free to make changes to their paper as often as needed. 
- +  ​- ​The rebuttal period will be from November 27, 2017 until January 5, 2018, where authors can address reviewer comments and make changes to the paper. During this period, any submission that is cited will be given an anonymous BibTex entry. 
-3) By November 27 2017, reviewers need to post their full review. Reviews are anonymous and publicly visible in Open Review. Once the reviews are posted, authors are free to make changes to their paper as often as needed. +  ​- ​On January 29, 2018, authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their paper. Some of the rejected papers that distinguish themselves for their originality will be invited for presentation under the Workshop Track. After notification,​ all BibTex entries will be de-anonymized. 
- +  ​- ​Papers that are not accepted to the Conference Track will be considered non-archival,​ and may be submitted elsewhere (modified or not), although the OpenReview site will maintain the reviews, the comments, and links to the versions submitted to ICLR.
-4) The rebuttal period will be from November 27, 2017 until January 5, 2018, where authors can address reviewer comments and make changes to the paper. During this period, any submission that is cited will be given an anonymous BibTex entry. +
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-5) On January 29, 2018, authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their paper. Some of the rejected papers that  distinguish themselves for their originality will be invited for presentation under the Workshop Track. After notification,​ all BibTex entries will be de-anonymized. +
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-6) Papers that are not accepted to the Conference Track will be considered non-archival,​ and may be submitted elsewhere (modified or not), although the OpenReview site will maintain the reviews, the comments, and links to the versions submitted to ICLR.+
  
 ====General Chairs==== ====General Chairs====
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 The organizers can be contacted at [[iclr2018.programchairs@gmail.com]] The organizers can be contacted at [[iclr2018.programchairs@gmail.com]]
  
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