CVPR 21 Training Information for ACs and referees

On this page, find material for new and experienced ACs and referees. I've tried to articulate the principles we want to adhere to, and to give information about how to apply policies, check your summary, check your review and avoid common mistakes. The key guiding principles are two: make your recommendations fairly, ethically, transparently, and based on facts; and use your skill, experience and judgement to make the meeting as good as possible for all in our community. Everyone is welcome to watch each movie (that's why it's on the internet!). Please would all ACs (resp. referees) watch AC (resp. referee) movie, even if you know better; are very experienced; are very senior; are easily bored.

Material focused on ACs

Material focused on Referees