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I'd say that questions related to game-theory can very often end up being on topic on AI.SE, but it probably doesn't need to be explicitly listed as being on-topic in its entirety. Game theory does show up in various areas of AI (not just like minimax for search in games, but also for like any other kinds of multi-agent interactions, and probably some other ...


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It appears that there is at least one question like this on the site: Are Siri and Cortana AI programs? So I guess it would be okay - as long as you are asking about one (or two) specific thing(s). For asking about in general when something is AI, that has already been asked: What are the minimum requirements to call something AI? The tags... Now that's ...


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In addition to what was said by Mithrandir, I would personally say it's best that such a question focus on only one thing. In other words, questions that ask about an aspect of each item in a big list of things would be less than ideal. In the case of Siri and Cortana (smart personal assistants, basically), they're very similar products, so it makes sense to ...


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Hmmm I don't feel like they should necessarily be the same. In most machine learning contexts especially, as you say, I would view "evaluation" as something broader or more general than "testing". I guess I'd associate "testing" specifically with the classic train/validation/test data splits. I could also see testing being used ...


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My main thought is that we've been seeing requests for data sets to use in training, and these would represent resource requests as opposed to reference requests. Similarly for people looking for published code to utilize (GitHub as a resource.)


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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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