Machine Learning Blog | ML@CMU | Carnegie Mellon University


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Overview and Blog Purpose

The CMU ML Blog provides an accessible, general-audience medium for CMU researchers to communicate research findings, perspectives on the field of machine learning, and various updates, both to experts and the general audience. Posts are written by students, postdocs, and faculty at CMU. Posts on a variety of machine learning topics studied at CMU will appear approximately bi-weekly.

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CMU ML Blog Editorial Board

The editorial board consists of the following members:

with faculty advisor Ameet Talwalkar. The blog is developed and maintained by Roberto Iriondo.

We thank our past chief editors Mariya Toneva and Maruan Al-Shedivat and past editors Liam Li, Anthony Platanios, Simon Du, Paul Michel, Khyathi Chandu, Ivan Stelmakh, Nil-Jana Akpinar, and Ben Eysenbach.

Contributing Posts

To contribute a post, please fill out our short submission form.
On how to prepare your blog post, please refer to the submission guidelines.

Translating Posts

If you wish to translate our blog posts, please contact the authors of the posts, as they own the copyright, and copy the editorial board, in your email.

CMU ML Blog Comments Policy

We ask community members to remain civil and only engage in academic, professional discussions that are relevant to the blog posts. Please also observe the following guidelines when participating and posting comments:

  • Etiquette: Be polite and stay on topic.
  • Expectations: Your comment will be removed if it contains malicious content.
  • Privacy: Please do not post personal information regarding you or another individual.
  • Moderation: Comments containing links and media will need approval before publication.


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