Submission Instructions

Submission should be made on OpenReview.

Submissions should be anonymised papers up to 5 pages (appendices can be added to the main PDF); excluding references. Authors are encouraged to include a "Social Impacts Statement" that highlights "potential broader impact of their work, including its ethical aspects and future societal consequences". You must format your submission using the NeurIPS 2023 LaTeX style file or ICLR 2024 LaTeX style file . Reviews will be double-blind, with at least two reviewers assigned to each paper.

We welcome various types of papers including scientific papers, position papers, policy papers, and works in progress. Scientific papers must not have appeared at an archival venue before, however, non-scientific papers that have appeared in archival venues outside main machine learning venues are welcomed for submission.

All accepted papers will be available on the workshop website, but no formal workshop proceedings will be published.

Key Dates

Submissions Open 02 August, 2023
Submission Deadline September 29, 2023 October 3, 2023
Acceptance Notification October 17, 2023 October 23, 2023
Camera-Ready Deadline November 15, 2023
Workshop Date December 16, 2023

All deadlines are specified in AoE (Anywhere on Earth).


Q: Can we submit a paper that will also be submitted to ICLR 2024?

A: Yes

Q: Can we submit a paper that was accepted at NeurIPS 2023?

A: No. NeurIPS prohibits main conference publication from appearing concurrently at the workshops.

Q: Will the reviews be made available to authors?

A: Yes.

Q: I have a question not addressed here, whom should I contact?

A: Email organizers at