Top 20 Deep Learning Papers, 2018 Edition

This list ranks papers by citation, making it a pretty solid indicator of a paper's importance in the field. Unsurprisingly, Yann LeCun, Yoshua Bengio, and Geoff Hinton's 2015 paper is the most-cited, with more than double the citations of its closest rival.

It's hard to know the exact dynamics that cause this, but it is notable that 9 out of the 10 most-cited papers were published in 2015. Was 2015 a particularly prolific year, or does it just take that long for the next round of research to make its way into subsequent citations?


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