Dan Roy    @roydanroy    11/25/2021      

There is increasingly a cost to asking for more experiments. Computation is expensive and environmentally problematic. Demanding exhaustive comparisons disadvantages smaller laboratories with fewer resources. Is it not embarrassing to burn down a small forest unnecessarily?
  
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Stella Rose Biderman    @BlancheMinerva    12/4/2021      

This does highlight to me one of the great tragedies of current trends in NLP research... there are sections of this paper I could have hypothetically written, but didn't have the access to the necessary computational resources to carry out the experiments.
  
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Dan Roy    @roydanroy    11/25/2021      

I feel that reviewers who suggest more experiments ought to explain what we might learn from... more experiments. What hypothesis are they testing? As far as I can tell, none. We seem to be suffering as a community from not teaching our students how to do empirical work.
  
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Khimya    @khimya    12/6/2021      

#BehindtheScenes 1st submission at AISTATS20; the paper was fresh from the oven & had no experiments. The theory held only for a strict case of formalism. 2nd revision at ICML21 was rejected. Constructive reviews, major rework on the theory, & experiments led to stronger work 7/N
  
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