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Is on-topic ask about the lack of R tagged questions in ai.stackexchange?
I am not sure I understand this question. If you're asking whether it would be on-topic/off-topic to ask a question on our main site about why we don't have many questions tagged with the R programming language, then the answer is "yes, it would be off-topic". That question ...
Of course it is also unfair on a large number of Chinese-speaking AI reseachers that the metaphor in Searle's argument makes less sense to them (imagine the "English Room"). I would support re-naming it for clarity in this case, separately to any concerns of causing offense.
However, I don't think AI Stack Exchange or its meta site is the forum for ...
The philosophical aspects of AI are related to the following arguments, issues, or questions.
Is it really possible to create an AGI?
Can a machine "think"?
(One of the first people who asked this question, although he correctly thought to be ambiguous, was Alan Turing, in his influencial paper, which describes the Turing test)
Can a machine be ...
Whether or not people like this name, this is how it has been known in the AI community for many years, so I don't think we should relabel it. It's called the Chinese-Room argument because it questions/involves the "understanding" of the Chinese language, which many people think to be very difficult, more difficult than, for example, German or ...
I think so. But how you ask in important.
Questions that simply produce a simple "yes" are not good questions
Questions that produce a "no" might not be either
i.e. avoid questions that may result in Boolean output.
Better to ask about some concept in general, not necessarily presenting your own knowledge, and let the answerer provide ...
Ethics of artificial intelligence is a new field
This is a new area of moral philosophy that only became non-hypothetical when we have the processing and memory to achieve strong-narrow superintelligence around 2015.
I don't mean this in a strictly negative way, but in terms of the core principle, which can be summarized as:
New technologies ...