2019 in Review: 10 AI Papers That Made an Impact
Synced spotlights 10 artificial intelligence papers that garnered extraordinary attention and accolades in 2019. The volume of peer-reviewed AI research papers has grown by more than 300 percent over the past three decades (Stanford AI Index 2019), and the top AI conferences in 2019 saw a deluge of paper. CVPR submissions spiked to 5,165, a 56 percent increase over 2018; ICLR received 1,591 main conference paper submissions, up 60 percent over last year; ACL reported a record-breaking 2,906 submissions, almost doubling last year’s 1,544; and ICCV 2019 received 4,303 submissions, more than twice the 2017 total.
As part of our year-end series, Synced spotlights 10 artificial intelligence papers that garnered extraordinary attention and accolades in 2019.