How to Review an Academic Paper?

Reviewing a paper is a challenging task. Usually only a senior Ph.D. or above has the opportunity to review papers for academic conferences or journals. But in recent years, some top Artificial Intelligence conferences started inviting undergrads as reviewers due to the increasing number of paper submissions. Reviewing experience is rewarding as it helps improve your writing skills and sometimes you get recognized for high quality reviews. But how to review a paper?

  1. Read carefully the abstract and the introduction.

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