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Donation to “청포도” 보호종료아동을 위한 커뮤니티 케어 센터

Prof. Sukyoung Ryu, who’s the Dean of School of Computing at KAIST (my alma mater) and a professor of computer science, posted on her facebook wall about a donation campaign by the “Green Grapes” Community Care Center for Children Graduating from Social Protection Program (“청포도” 보호종료아동을 위한 커뮤니티 케어 센터; i just made up this translation and am sure it doesn’t do the justice to the original Korean name.) this center’s main mission is to provide various educational programs as well as run support programs for those who are exiting social support systems for minors, such as foster homes, group

My opening statement at the ICML 2022 Debate

i was honoured to participate in the ICML Debate 2022 on the topic of <Progress towards achieving AI will be mostly driven by engineering not science>. the debate was in the British Parliamentary Style which i was not familiar with at all but found interesting. i was assigned to the opposition party and was designated as the “leader”, which meant i had to open the debate from the opposition side following the opening from the proposition. the proposition party consisted of Sella Nevo, Maya R. Gupta and François Charton. Been Kim was unfortunately unable to participate, although she would’ve been

[TMLR] how to check the difference between revisions

Together with Openreview, TMLR strives to provide as much useful information as possible to reviewers and action editors in order to improve the quality of reviewing and publication. As part of this effort, we provide a way for reviewers as well as action editors to easily compare revisions of their assigned submission throughout the process of reviewing. Here, we give you a brief instruction on how to do so. First, go to your assigned submission. Here, I’m using an already-accepted paper at TMLR. On the submission page, you will see “Show Revisions” button below the title: If you click “Show

[TMLR] how to set your availability as a reviewer/action editor

although this is already documented on TMLR’s homepage (https://tmlr.org) and is quite visible from the Openreview’s reviewer/action editor console, i’m writing this short post as one of the Editors-in-Chief of TMLR to encourage reviewers and action editors to set and keep their availability up-to-date on Openreview. when you go to https://openreview.net/, you see “TMLR” as one of the active venues, as shown in the screenshot below. if not, you can go directly to the TMLR page by going to https://openreview.net/group?id=TMLR. when you log in to Openreview at TMLR, you will see a link to your own console. if you’re a

Reading others’ reviews

it’s typically not a part of any formal training of PhD students to learn how to write a review. certainly there are materials online that aim to address this issue by providing various tips & tricks of writing a review, such as Reviewing Advice – ACL-IJCNLP 2021 (aclweb.org), but it’s not easy to learn to write something off of a bullet-point list of what should be written. it’s thus often left for student authors to learn to review by reading the reviews of their own papers. this learning-to-review-by-reading-one’s-own-reviews strategy has some downsides. a major one is that people are often

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