CVPR 2023 Wraps with Record Paper Submissions and Continued Growth Trajectory
With more than 10,000 registrants—the vast majority of whom attended in person—this year’s CVPR assembled the global computer vision community. Engineering and scientific leaders from more than 3,000 different companies and organizations and 75 different countries convened to discuss and shape the future of the field.
The community focused on burgeoning advancements and heralded some of the most significant work at the conference with the annual “Best Paper” award winners, which included:
- Best Paper: Visual Programming: Compositional visual reasoning without training
Authors: Tanmay Gupta, Aniruddha Kembhavi (Author Q&A)
- Best Paper: Planning-oriented Autonomous Driving
Authors: Yihan Hu, Jiazhi Yang, Li Chen, Keyu Li, Chonghao Sima, Xizhou Zhu, Siqi Chai, Senyao Du, Tianwei Lin, Wenhai Wang, Lewei Lu, Xiaosong Jia, Qiang Liu, Jifeng Dai, Yu Qiao, Hongyang Li (Author Q&A)
- Best Paper Honorable Mention: DynIBaR: Neural Dynamic Image-Based Rendering
Authors: Zhengqi Li, Qianqian Wang, Forrester Cole, Richard Tucker, Noah Snavely
- Best Student Paper: 3D Registration with Maximal Cliques
Authors: Xiyu Zhang, Jiaqi Yang, Shikun Zhang, Yanning Zhang
- Best Student Paper Honorable Mention: DreamBooth: Fine Tuning Text-to-Image Diffusion Models for Subject-Driven Generation
Authors: Nataniel Ruiz, Yuanzhen Li, Varun Jampani, Yael Pritch, Michael Rubinstein, Kfir Aberman
In addition, the program committee designated another 235 highlight papers that stood out amongst the 2,359 that were presented, rounding out a program that is certain to yield long-term impact.
Industry turned out in full force as well, including representation from platinum sponsors and exhibitors Ant Research, Amazon Science, Apple, Cruise, Google, Lambda, Meta AI, Qualcomm and Toyota Research Institute. From autonomous vehicles to robotic manufacturing, this year’s exhibition offered deeper insights into the latest products and advancements fueling industry evolution.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
The program committee and co-sponsors also placed an emphasis on diversity, equity and inclusion with the recognition that diverse viewpoints have always been the bedrock of scientific and engineering developments. That’s why IEEE CS, CVF and the Technical Community on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TCPAMI) collectively put forward $300,000 USD for registration and travel grants aimed at drawing in a widely diverse community.
And as the community continues to evolve, the conference continues to grow. In fact, the number of paper submissions has nearly tripled in just five years, and conference attendance has grown almost five-fold over the past decade.
CVPR 2024 will continue this momentum. Save the date to join us in Seattle, Wash., U.S.A, 16-21 June 2024. We look forward to seeing you there!