Dear entrants in the Ego4D Challenges,
Thank you for your submissions!! We are thrilled to see so much interest in the challenges and are looking forward to culminating the process at the 2nd International Ego4D Workshop @ ECCV 2022 on October 24th in Tel Aviv.
We would like to ask now that all recipients of this email kindly submit a short validation report, describing your method and results. We ask that these reports not be longer than 4-pages (less is welcomed) and provide examples of both the positive and negative results (limitations) of your model. We also ask that you list the challenge, the name(s) of the participants in the team, affiliations, and contact information for all members of your team. Validation reports are due at 5pm U.S. Pacific Time on Sunday, September 25. Please submit via this CMT link (“Technical Report” track). If you have submitted to more than one challenge, you can submit a single report and select all the challenges it applies to. Ego4D consortium members will review these reports and declare provisional winners. Those provisional winners are eligible to receive prizes following our competition rules.
Please make sure your submission is public on the leaderboard: We are also aware that there have been incidents of teams submitting to Ego4D challenges but mistakenly marking these submissions as “private” and thus having no scores transferred to the public leaderboard. Everyone is welcome to keep their submissions private; however, participation in our challenge requires making leaderboard entries public. If you have incorrectly labeled your submission as private and would like to make it public, please contact us at email@example.com with the URL of the submission file of the entry that you want on the leaderboard and we will work with EvalAI to make it public. Please note that this process only relates to submissions made by the September 18th deadline. We request that these notifications be submitted to us by 5pm U.S. Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 20th. Here is how you can find the said URL: go to the challenge → “My submissions” → copy the link to the submission you want to appear on the leaderboard.
Thank you all again for your excellent submissions to the Ego4D 2022 Challenge! We appreciate your time and creativity in exploring the frontiers of first-person video understanding. Please reach out with any questions.
All the best