Typically in science, research is done and in the best case, a paper about it is published afterwards. And if the paper is good it is likely that you are invited to present it at a conference.
However some graduate students in Computer Science tried a different approach: They wrote a program to generate random papers which look quite real but the content is absolutely nonsense. The published the generator on the site pdos.csail.mit.edu and everyone can try it.
The interesting thing here is, that they have successfully submitted some nonsense-papers to conferences! So if you want to test if reviewers work neatly, generate your own paper and submit it to a conference! 😉