35th International Conference on Machine Learning to be Held in Stockholm
The conference will be colocated with several other academic conferences
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 10, 2018 The 35th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2018) will be held in Stockholm, Sweden from Tuesday, July 10 through Sunday, July 15, 2018. This year's meeting is colocated with the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS) and the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), and will include a joint plenary session and joint workshops. This presents a unique opportunity for exchange and collaboration. The International Conference on CaseBased Reasoning (ICCBR), The Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Search (SoCS) and the The World Computer Chess Championships will also be held at the same time.
ICML is the leading international machine learning conference and is supported by the International Machine Learning Society (IMLS). This year’s program cochairs are Jennifer Dy and Andreas Krause. Francis Bach is serving as general chair.
The core of the ICML 2018 conference is the main technical program of contributed papers, talks, and posters. The main ICML technical program also features four worldclass keynote talks by invited speakers at the forefront of the field. The main technical program is preceded by a tutorials day featuring nine tutorial sessions that cover core topics in machine learning today. The main technical program is followed by 67 workshops spread over three days of meetings. This year, these workshops are jointly organized by members of the ICML, IJCAI, ECAI, and AAMAS communities.
Two best paper awards will honor some of the most promising research from the technical program. The ICML2018 Test of Time award will also be presented. This award is for the paper from the 2008 ICML conference that has retrospectively had a significant impact on the field. It goes to the paper, “A Unified Architecture for Natural Language Processing: Deep Neural Networks with Multi Task Learning” by Ronan Collobert and Jason Weston.
is a leading international machine learning conference. It is is supported by the International Machine Learning Society
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For the Media:
If you wish to apply for a press pass to ICML 2020 do so here https://goo.gl/forms/xQdl23Ub1uyRzvIw2
Notification of acceptance or denial of press pass will take place on a rolling basis. Journalists receiving a press pass will receive an email and be directed to register for the conference. Review of applications ends on June 26th. No passes will be granted after that time. You will be able to pick up your credentials at the main registration desk, credentials are not transferable. Each member of your team attending the conference needs to submit an application.
Journalists who are given accreditation will receive:
Complimentary registration for the Virtual EXPO, Tutorials, Conference and Access to workshops whose organizing groups have decided to allow in the press.
Access to the ICML press conference.
Access to wi-fi
Some information presented at ICML may be proprietary or off the record. Accredited journalists attending the conference will be provided guidelines in advance of the conference. No cameras, filming or on the record taping will be allowed at the conference site. Interviews should be scheduled with the communications teams of the interviewee and take place off site.
For Attendees: In advance of attending the conference this year, you may want to to check in with the communications or media team that manages media interaction with your work. A few key things to remember when showing public work in a space with active media teams:
Nametags for reporters will be distinct from from the tags of general attendees.
Check with your media team, or manager about what stratagy your group intends to follow regarding interactions with the media.
If you are unsure about how to react or respond, direct the member of the media to speak with your communications team member.