NeurIPS 2023 Press Information
Media inquiries related to the conference can be made via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking to apply for a complimentary press pass - see below to apply before the application deadline 11:59 p.m. CST on 30 November 2023. If you do not have an active NeurIPS profile, you'll need to create one before applying: https://neurips.cc/Profile/create
Media Room 231 and Semi-private interview room 232 Hours
- Mon-Thur 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. CST
- Fri 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CST
- The interview room is available to media and their guest(s)
- Monitor the NeurIPS Blog or follow @NeurIPSConf
- Fact Sheet (2022) (2021) - watch for 2023 Fact Sheet mid-December
NeurIPS Press Accreditation is closed as of 30 Nov 2023 at 11:59 p.m. CST
The Neural Information Processing Systems “NeurIPS” conference requires individuals applying for accreditation to be professional journalists and represent media organizations. Applicants must show they are a professional press member with a proven track record. Press accreditation is not accorded to non-governmental organizations' information outlets or advocacy publications.
The names and information entered are for purposes of identification and verification only and will not be published or shared without permission. Accreditation will be available until 11:59 p.m. CST on 30 November 2023; please do not request late registration. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis, and the decisions are final. Accreditation covers the duration of the conference. Double registration is not allowed. If you are already registered as an attendee or sponsor, your application for press accreditation will not be granted.
Freelance journalists are subject to the same requirements for accreditation and must complete the full process. Freelance journalists, including photographers/videographers, must provide clear evidence they are on assignment from a specific news organization or publication. A valid assignment letter from that news organization or publication is required. Photographic agencies must provide clear evidence from a client news organization or publication. All photography and videography should be discrete and not distract speakers by interfering with or blocking NeurIPS camera crews.
NeurIPS recognizes there are new forms of information dissemination. Accreditation will be considered based on set criteria for all types of media. We are aware that assignments can change on short notice. Please communicate changes to staff as soon as they are known. The applicant will have to complete the same process, but as long as they have the required valid materials, there is usually little delay in processing.
The information presented at NeurIPS may be considered proprietary and on background; therefore, it is recommended that the media seek approval to quote individuals before publication. NeurIPS cannot grant rights to interviews with individual attendees or presenters. Consent should be obtained directly from the interviewee. Interviews must be scheduled directly with the interviewee or the communications team of an interviewee, and participants should initiate discussion and reach an agreement beforehand on what details can be publicly shared.
Upon accreditation confirmation, we invite you to reserve a hotel room through the NeurIPS hotel block.
The accredited press will have full access to NeurIPS in person and will have limited access if attending virtually. Registered media will have access to a private media room (room 231) and a semi-private interview room (room 232) will be available to media and their guests.
NeurIPS organizers reserve the right to deny or withdraw accreditation for activities that violate the principles of the event Code of Conduct or ethics of journalism. At any time, NeurIPS may revoke accreditation if it is put to improper use, if it has been used to abuse the privileges so extended, or if personal or public conduct is inconsistent with the organization's best interest.