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Conceptually speaking, I think it can be useful when a community decides that a rare "big list" question would be so incredibly useful, the community agrees collectively that it is worth the careful curation and on-going upkeep needed to keep it up to date [I'm hoping to build a feature to that effect in the future]. The downside of allowing these questions ...


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I believe that only questions and answers that have been edited by multiple users and that no longer resemble the original question or answer, respectively, should be made community wiki, given that the upvotes or downvotes are no longer only associated with or attributed to the user that originally posted the answer or question. For example, this answer ...


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One decent option that already exists is human-like. It currently only has two questions: one comparing human brains with neural networks, and one about AIs lying to humans. This question is about whether AIs' personalities can be distinguished into categories like those used for humans'. Since personalities are a human-like thing to have*, it would seem to ...


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