Submitted extended abstracts abd technical papers must follow the CVPR paper format and guidelines (see CVPR2020 Author Guidelines). The accepted Extended Abstracts must be presented by one of the authors. The submission will be managed with the EPIC@CVPR2020 CMT website.
We invite submissions of extended abstracts of ongoing or already published work, as well as reports on demonstrations and prototypes. Extended Abstracts should be 2-4 pages including references. Authors are given the opportunity to present their work to the right audience. Accepted work will be presented as either an oral or a poster presentation. The review will be single blind. There will be no published proceedings, but the authors of accepted abstracts will be requested to upload their abstract to Arxiv. Links to the Arxived abstracts will be available from the workshop's webpage.
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Thanks to the generous donations from Amazon's Mechanical Turk and Augmented AI (A2I) teams we are inviting submissions of dataset proposals. Successful proposals will be awarded Amazon Mechanical Turk credits to collect and/or annotate their proposed dataset. Proposals may consider annotating newly collected data or using existing data that has not been annotated in the proposed way. More details can be found on the MTurk Proposals page.
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All participants in the EPIC-Kitchens challenges are requested to submit a technical report on their method. This is a requirement for the competition. Reports should be 2-6 pages including references. Use the same fromat above and the CMT website to submit your technical report.
Use the EPIC-Kitchens 2020 Challenges - Technical Papers on CMT