ML Paper Reading Club #1 - Self-Rewarding Language Models

Join our machine learning paper reading campaign, with the sole purpose to facilitate the notion of “ML research” among ML engineers!

Apr 2, 12:30 – 1:30 PM


Key Themes

AIMachine LearningTensorFlowVertex AI

About this event

What is ML Paper Reading Club?

ML Paper Reading Club is a machine learning paper reading campaign with the sole purpose to facilitate the notion of “ML research” among ML engineers. As research in ML grows the importance by time, we wanted to encourage people to have a chance to read ML papers. With this campaign, ML communities will read, learn, and share the knowledge to train and nurture the future ML researchers.

Why Join Us?

  • Dive Deep into ML Research: Get firsthand exposure to groundbreaking papers and understand the mechanics behind the algorithms that are shaping the future.
  • Collaborative Learning: Share insights, ask questions, and engage in stimulating discussions with peers who share your passion for ML.
  • Bridge Theory and Practice: Learn how to translate complex research findings into practical applications and innovations.

How does it work?

These are book clubs in nature. The idea is going through latest ML papers sequentially together to have deeper understanding in ML research. What is additionally expected from the participants is to create resulting videos about those papers. 

What to Contribute with Us?

If you are interested in joining as a speaker in this paper reading club, please register here: [TBC]

Upcoming Session (02/04/2024):

Event Details

  • 📅 Date & Time: Apr 2 2024 (Tue). 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm
  • 📍 Venue: Virtual (Link to be provided upon registration)
  • 🗣️ Language: English
  • 🤝 Who can join: Anyone with coding experience, AND knowledge in AI/ML, especially in LLMs

How to Prepare:

  • Please read / skim through the paper before the meeting, so that you can understand some of the basic concepts before our meet-up, as well as come prepared with questions or points for discussion.
  • On the other hand, pleae ensure you have a stable internet connection for the best virtual event experience.



Tuesday, April 2, 2024
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM UTC


Paper Explained: Self-Rewarding Language Models (2024)


  • Thomas Chong

    GDG Hong Kong

    GDG Organizer

  • Kinni Mew

    GDG Organizer

  • Homing TAM


    GDG Organizer

  • Emma Wong

    GDG Hong Kong

    GDG Organizer

  • Herbert, Ho-yin Man

    GDG Hong Kong Helper

  • Desmond Yeung

    GDG HK

    GDG Hong Kong Helper

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