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### Can we have LaTeX formatting support?

I was going to answer a question about reinforcement learning and wanted to show some formulas using the same notation I use on CrossValidated, for instance: $r_{t+1}+\gamma \max_a Q(s_{t+1},a)$ But ...
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### What should be on-topic, modelling or implementation, or anything else?

At one point I thought I got it, but then I lost again. Few highlights: https://ai.meta.stackexchange.com/a/46 modeling belongs to Data Science SE I think the site should be interested in ...
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### Why domain experts of our main site are mostly calm?

One can see that there are two closed proposals of AI on area 51: 10 years ago, 7 years. I Joined in our main site an year back. I asked only 25 questions and answered no questions. Because, the ...
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### What kind of experts are we trying to attract?

A core goal of the private beta is to generate high-quality content that will attract experts. We are also given the opportunity to invite experts by email to the private beta. My question is simple: ...
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### Do we really have a scope or not?

So, can someone help me understand what the scope of the site is? I ask a question about Monte Carlo search, which is one of the core algorithms behind the Go playing AI bot, AlphaGo, and it is ...
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### Would my question about the "gradient descent" algorithm be considered off-topic?

This is my question about a very common problem faced while training several data science and AI algorithms, and most importantly while backpropogating errors in neural networks, which is getting ...
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### Have we brought something new to the network?

At the beginning we were worried that this site won't provide anything useful. Is that still the case? As @Ben mentioned: Right now, the default state is fail unless we can show SE that we bring ...
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### How can we address the fractured nature of practical AI questions across relevant Stacks?

This is in relation to comments on: Differentiable activation function I made the point that the question seems to fit into the "conceptual aspects of AI" covered by this stack, but T.C. countered ...