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I've just learned there exits this following closed reason:

This post is about specific software, hardware, datasets, or pre-trained models.

So why are there so many open questions about pre-trained models? E.g., looking at the many *GPT* tags, tag, etc.:

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Maybe the wording in the close reason is not 100% precise. Sometimes questions about specific programs (especially high-profile ones like ChatGPT that dominate much of contemporary AI discourse, but also older ones like, say, DeepBlue) may be appropriate, but such questions should be about understanding how the AI algorithms behind them work, or explaining how certain phenomena (like hallucination in LLMs) follow from their inner workings.

The question you linked that was closed, was not about anything like that. It was more like asking for reviews / recommendations to choose between two products, which is not directly about explaining any AI fundamentals, and also highly unlikely to have a single (and certainly not long-term-correct), objective answer.

etc. I didn't go through every single example you listed, and of course it is possible that some slipped through that probably should be closed, but I think this should explain most of them.

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