Franck Dernoncourt
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How can we address the fractured nature of practical AI questions across relevant Stacks?
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I made the point that the question seems to fit into the "conceptual aspects of AI" covered by this stack, but T.C. countered that Machine Learning questions, in particular, are already quite ...

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Would my question about the "gradient descent" algorithm be considered off-topic?
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The question is off-topic, as it's about how to the use of machine learning algorithms. (the other questions on neural nets, their architectures, backpropogation, are also off-topic). Programming, ...

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Can we send messages to young researchers who have recently published papers in artificial intelligence related journals during the private beta?
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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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What differentiates us from other similar websites?
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Does it really make sense to have all these separate websites (especially, CrossValidated, Data Science and ours), only because of these small differences No, it doesn't make any sense, because ...

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Is the current out-facing description of the AI meta descriptive of what it is?
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The evidence for the below reasons is clearly evident not only in the titles and bodies of the most popular questions and answers but also in tag usage, the top ten being these. Neural ...

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New questions getting buried in old questions
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For years, users have asked Stack Exchange to add an option not to bump a question/answer when it gets edited. Until this gets implemented, there will be some awkward balance between keeping imperfect ...

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Why asking about advantages of 'early stopping' has been closed?
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Data science and the Stats SE already have a huge overlap (>~80%), and I am worried to have a third SE that also significantly overlaps with them, so that why I VTC. I think the best solution would ...

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What should be on-topic, modelling or implementation, or anything else?
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Programming, algorithm, modeling, math, philosophy, and history questions should the off-topic, as they are already on-topic in other SE, such as Stats and Data Science. Data science and the Stats SE ...

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Can questions of programming AI/NN frameworks be on-topic?
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There are already plenty of questions on programming AI/NN frameworks on Data science and SO: I don't think we need one more place, SE is fragmented enough.

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How this site is different from Cross Validated?
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While at the same time Cross Validated is not about machine learning, but about statistics. This is not a valid point, as all machine learning questions are on-topic on CV. It's unclear to me what ...

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Should we discourage copy-paste answers?
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As long as it does answer the question, clearly indicates it is a quote, doesn't infringe licenses, and gives proper attribution, it is fine. (Why reinventing the wheel?)

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Why domain experts of our main site are mostly calm?
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My question: Why do many (domain) expert users remain silent or calm? SE value doesn't our time given than AI, CV and DS are ~90% duplicate of one another. SE value doesn't our content: roomba, ...

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