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Certainly, asking real AI researchers to join would be great! Paper authors include their e-mail addresses in their publications exactly for the purpose of being contacted about their work. I'm sure it would bring most students great happiness to know that their work has been noticed. Students who aren't terribly busy will probably be willing to read all ...


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Most Stack Exchange sites (including this one) are English-only, and it's not expected that users will be able to use other languages. Therefore, if there are resources that are not available in English, it would be very good to make them accessible to English speakers somewhere, and this site would be a fine place for doing so. Make sure, of course, that ...


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Yes, that sounds like an excellent idea to me.


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Technically I guess you could, but I think it would be fair to add some warnings such as the site might closed, and questions on Stack Exchange are sometimes deleted or closed for moderation reason.


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I think we should also provide guidance to users about which questions may be more suitable for Data Science, Overflow, etc.


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What topics can I ask about here? If you have a question about theoretical, philosophical, social, historical, and certain developmental and academic aspects of artificial intelligence, then you are probably in the right place to ask your question! Below you can find a non-exhaustive list of specific topics that are considered on-topic here. Next to each ...


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The two leaders are ... people interested in artificial intelligence theory, design, development, practice, research, and policy. ... and ... people interested in embedded, mathematical, cognitive, and discovery centered artificial intelligence research and development. ... so I propose the union. people interested in AI theory, mathematics, ...


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Artificial Intelligence Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for ... people interested in artificial intelligence theory, design, development, practice, research, and policy. I like @DouglasDaseeco's answer, but I'm among the users who think that practice, and even code, have a place here. Presently users post questions containing code, and I ...


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Here's a non-exhaustive list of my favorite questions and answers, which does not mean they are perfect or cannot be improved. Questions Can neural networks be used to prove conjectures? Questions to which I gave an answer Why do we need common sense in AI? Are neural networks prone to catastrophic forgetting? What sort of mathematical problems are there ...


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I like all of the suggestions in general, and think it's now just a matter of hammering out details, and dealing with the competing concerns of brevity vs. extrapolation. I think we should lift some of the the guidance from Data Science re: Overlap Even though the boundaries are not always perfectly clear and we often accept questions that are also ...


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