Challenges of Deploying Generative AI

Workshop at ICML 2023


Home Call for Papers

Call for Papers

We invite submissions to the ICML 2023 Workshop on Challenges in Deploying Generative AI. Submitted papers can be up to 4 pages of content, plus unlimited pages for references and appendices, and must be double-blind. We seek papers from all topics related to recent advances in Generative AI, including all data modalities including language and vision models. We especially encourage submissions that focus on challenges when applying Generative AI to impactful, real-world, interdisciplinary problems. Potential topics can include, but are not limited to:

  • Applications to challenging real-world problems

  • Interpretability, Fairness, Robustness, and Safety

  • Memorization, Unlearning, and Privacy

  • Multi-modal generation

  • Technical challenges of deployment and implementation

  • Evaluation methodologies, metrics, human-facing evaluations

  • Novel methods and architectures

Where appropriate, we encourage authors to add discussions of any ethical considerations relevant to the presented work.

Submission Instructions

Authors are invited to submit short papers with up to 4 pages, but unlimited number of pages for references and appendices (after the bibliography). However, reviewers are not required to read the appendix. All accepted papers will be presented in person as posters. Accepted papers will be published publicly using OpenReview.

The reviewing process will be double-blind. Please submit anonymized versions of your paper that include no identifying information about any author identities or affiliations. Submitted papers must be new work that has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed conference or journal. The review form will include a check box to indicate whether at least one author will attend ICML but needs a visa. These submissions will receive expedited reviews to provide enough time for visa applications.

Submission format: ICML Style Files

Submission link: OpenReview

Camera-ready Instructions

Please follow the ICML 2023 submission template and replace the existing icml2023.sty file with the new file linked below. A one page extension is allowed for your camera-ready version i.e your paper can contain 5 pages of content with unlimited pages for references and appendices. Following the ICML guidelines, posters shall be in portrait orientation and can be up to 24"w x 36"h. The deadline for camera-ready uploads is July 9th, AoE time. The papers will be made public but the workshop is non-archival.

Updated style file: GDrive link

Submission link: OpenReview

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: May 19th, 2023 May 26th, 2023 Anywhere on Earth (AoE)

Notifications: June 23rd, 2023

Camera-ready upload deadline: July 9, 2023 AoE

Workshop event: July 28, 2023