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  • #1686
    kjd02002
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    Hello team _______,

    If you are interested in sharing code and discussing methods for this data challenge in more detail, then I encourage you to start the discussion in these forums. If there is sufficient interest, then the group may decide to work in other shared spaces (e.g. CodaLab).

    If you are unable to send emails to [email protected] , then you may contact the 2019 posters chair directly at [email protected]

    #1687
    kjd02002
    Moderator

    Dear team tsinghua_wcy,

    Thank you for sharing some ideas to enable more robust code validation for the data challenge. The data challenge committee had considered these type of tools before releasing the data challenge this year, however, there were a few situations we wanted to avoid. For example:

    1. Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) for Open Source applications and services typically allow general use licenses (including forking) for code that is shared publicly (reference: GitHub Terms of Service D.4. – D.7. which apply to CodaLab). This is often acceptable in academia, but not for many industry participants due to intellectual property policies. Note: This year’s data challenge was split 60% academia and 40% industry so this was a significant consideration.

    2. Additionally, many available tools of this type assume models will be written exclusively in Python. While Python is predominant, it is not an exclusive method we’d like to impose for the data challenge.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by samuel_admin.
    #1688
    kjd02002
    Moderator

    Dear realai,

    Please reference the response to team tsinghua_wcy in post #797 above.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by samuel_admin.
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