since we're the general AI forum
We are not a general AI forum. This forum supposedly exists to fill a certain gap. As stated in this answer
It's because the OPPOSITION against creating this site argued (correctly) that we already created sites to handle this subject explicitly. The argument FOR creating this site claimed that we have a missing socio-scientific angle that needed filling.
I believe that ALL implementation questions, such as "Can you explain the parameters of this ML program?", "Why isn't my ML program working?" or "How do you implement this model?", are OFF-TOPIC. They would be on-topic, if we merged this site with Data Science (aka applied machine learning). Similarly, there are already sites for hardware and software (which already has the tag ai) recommendations. There is absolutely no need for duplicating services, which are available somewhere else.
Therefore, I strongly suggest we focus on the social, scientific and theoretical aspects of AI, otherwise, we'd better just merge this website with other websites. Do we want to have a website that 95% overlaps with another website only because people disagree on the meaning of the expressions "artificial intelligence" (or "machine learning") and "data science"? There are so many theoretical questions that have not yet been asked. For example, there could be a lot of questions on AIXI, which is a highly mathematical and theoretical topic (that is, a perfect topic for this site), which is not easily understandable, so I would expect a lot more questions, but we only have 2 questions.
Unfortunately, this website has already taken the wrong direction, IMHO. We already have a bunch of implementation, hardware, and software-related questions, which is partially due to the fact that the community and moderators do not take action with respect to the original goals of the site, which has become quite redundant.
However, there are also topics on other sites that would be better suited for this site, such as reinforcement learning on Stats. To conclude, apparently, there is a lot of duplication of services across sites. Maybe there should be a way of migrating even old questions from one website to the other, as a way of organizing better the communities. For example, there are a lot of theoretical ML questions on Stack Overflow, which could be migrated to this site or Stats.