Check out the AI breakthroughs that NVIDIA researchers introduced at this year’s International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR).

NVIDIA Research at ICLR

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Our accepted papers featured a range of groundbreaking research. From domain-adversarial training to denoising diffusion generative adversarial networks (GANs), explore the exceptional work we brought to the ICLR community.

Low-Budget Active Learning via Wasserstein Distance: An Integer Programming Approach

Rafid Mahmood · Sanja Fidler · Marc T. Law | Paper

Domain-Adversarial Training: A Game Perspective

David Acuna · Marc T. Law · Guojun Zhang · Sanja Fidler | Paper

Efficient Token Mixing for Transformers via Adaptive Fourier Neural Operators

John Guibas · Morteza Mardani · Zongyi Li · Andrew Tao · Anima Anandkumar · Bryan Catanzaro | Paper

RelViT: Concept-Guided Vision Transformer for Visual Relational Reasoning

Xiaojian Ma · Weili Nie · Zhiding Yu · Huaizu Jiang · chaowei Xiao · Yuke Zhu · Song-Chun Zhu · Anima Anandkumar | Paper

Score-Based Generative Modeling with Critically Damped Langevin Diffusion

Tim Dockhorn · Arash Vahdat · Karsten Kreis | Paper

Tackling the Generative Learning Trilemma with Denoising Diffusion GANs

Zhisheng Xiao · Karsten Kreis · Arash Vahdat | Paper

Learning Continuous Environment Fields via Implicit Functions

Xueting Li · Sifei Liu · Shalini De Mello · Xiaolong Wang · Ming-Hsuan Yang · Jan Kautz | Paper

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