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Notes: Currently most voted and dedicated user with the relevant knowledge and skills about AI. In addition, he's working in this research area, so he knows what he's talking about. His skills may help to improve quality of this site. EDIT by NietzscheanAI (formerly known as user217281728): Most kind, thanks. I'm happy to accept this nomination and want ...


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Notes: The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site. EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better ...


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Notes: This nominee would be a good choice because of his active involvement in the community's development during the private beta and his experience on Stack Exchange! I'll step right up and offer my services to the community as a moderator pro tempore. I confess that I'm just an enthusiast when it comes to artificial intelligence, but I have been highly ...


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Notes: I would like to offer my services as a pro-tem moderator on this site. I have watched been a relatively active member since I joined on Day 0. I have 135 edits (counting tag-only edits), I was the first one to earn the Strunk and White badge, I am the top reviewer for both Close Votes and Reopen Votes on the main site, I was the first reviewer of ...


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I am happy to run, especially if there is a shortage of candidates, although I think I am not the best candidate for the job.


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I'll volunteer myself. Notes: This nominee would be a good choice because - he is passionate about AI and its potential applications for improving the human condition. This nominee is also a strong supporter of open exchange of scientific knowledge and technology, as expressed in the Open Source, Open Web, Open Data, Open Science and Open Hardware ...


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Congratulations! I am fully confident that our new moderators will be a great team. They have shown themselves to be good users as regular users, and I'm sure that that will carry over to their moderation.


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I'm interested in running for a moderator position.


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The question becomes whether that information and the context it provides might be relevant in understanding the source of confusion or how the question might be answered (i.e. write for your audience). Certainly, someone saying: "I am an {x} year student who is/is not familar with {x}; can you explain this to me in a way that others like me will ...


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I would be interested in running. Though, I must say that the first two members that came to mind as the top candidates have already stated that they are interested.


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After a quick look at the stats, with respect to the last year, I want you to note a few things moderators have definitely closed more posts. This is probably due to the fact that we started to have a clearer idea of the direction that the site should take. moderators have deleted a lot more comments than in 2019, and the community fewer comments (which ...


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I do agree that the impact of shenanigans on a small site is greater because of the smaller size of our rep economy and the lower beta privilege thresholds. This is partially balanced out by there being fewer users to keep track of, but as you said, that can also make it difficult to tell organic interaction apart from problematic behavior. The "contact us"...


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