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Should the tag [offline-reinforcement-learning] be added?

Question: Should there be a tag for offline-reinforcement-learning on AI Stack Exchange? Background: It seems that the current relevant tags for offline RL are [tag:off-policy methods], offline-...
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dfs and bfs should be synonyms for depth-first-search and breadth-first-search (respectively)

When I was a mod, I spent a huge amount of time organising and cleaning up the site, but there are still things that can be improved (I wish someone else also cared about these things too - I would ...
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Should we merge the tags neural-networks and deep-neural-networks?

We have three very related tags neural-networks deep-neural-networks deep-learning The second could be merged with the first because it's partially redundant, and the definition of a a deep neural ...
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Should we merge the tags object-recognition and image-classification?

From my experience, the terms/expressions "object recognition" or "object classification" are synonyms for "image classification" (also known as "image recognition&...
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Should "evaluation" be a synonym for "testing"?

We currently have a tag testing with the description (written by myself) For questions related to the concept of testing or evaluating machine learning models and algorithms. In supervised learning, ...
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Should "strong-ai" and "agi" be synonymous?

Some people say that strong AI would be an AGI with consciousness/self-awareness (see e.g. the Chinese Room argument), but that, in general, an AGI may not be conscious (whatever the definition of ...
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Merge [graphs] and [graph-theory] tags

These tags seem to be effectively interchangeable for all questions I've seen them used in. Should they be merged? (Note: I agree graph-neural-networks should remain distinct.)
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The tags long-short-term-memory and lstm should be synonyms

There are the tags lstm and long-short-term-memory, but they are not marked as synonyms. Of course, the questions associated with one tag should be merged with the questions associated with the other ...
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On the management of tags on this website

In this long post, I will describe a few issues associated with tags that I believe should be solved. Feel free to add your opinions regarding the issues or specific tags (or feel free to edit this ...
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Are these tags synonymous?

I came across these tags. Are these tags synonymous? spanish-language language-processing natural-language natural-language-processing The Spanish language tag is not synonymous, but I don't find ...
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Expand [conv-neural-network] to [convolutional-neural-networks]

The tag length limit is now expanded to 35 characters. This means that conv-neural-network can be expanded to convolutional-neural-networks.
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Should [deep-network] and [deep-learning] be made synonymous?

In this question: Should the [deep-network] tag be replaced by [deep-learning]?, it seems that it was agreed upon that the deep-network should be replaced by deep-learning. However, currently, both ...
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training vs pre-training tag

Is there any significant difference between training and pre-training, or we an have one tag for it?
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definitions vs terminology

Are these tags (definitions vs terminology) should be the same, or one should be synonym over another? Or they have different purpose?
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