This might seem a bit opinionated, but since I joined AI.SE I have seen a lack of biological questions on this site. Neurobiology was one of the main influence of AI, but I don't see questions on the same. Questions on topics like brain, neurons, swarm-intelligence, etc. What can be done to explore the biological side of AI on this site?
Ask more questions on the biological side of AI
That is pretty much it.
I guess this is my field. I'm researching the evolutionary development of human intelligence from non-intelligent roundworms. This is one part within the broader research on developing a general theory of intelligence and duplicating it non-biologically. This work seems to be unusual here since everyone else I've come across seems to assume that human reasoning is definable within Church-Turing.
I can't provide a lot of technical detail because it is unpublished and because it would take entire chapters to explain, but I can give general answers about what I know.