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Accepting Nominations — Who should moderate this site?
23 votes

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 ...

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Accepting Nominations — Who should moderate this site?
16 votes

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 ...

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Can I steal a question from a closed site?
Accepted answer
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I believe so, since all user contributions are licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 with attribution required (including the one from the previous dumps), so as long you give the attribution, that should be ...

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Are all questions asked on stats and data science SE also on topic here?
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I believe questions asked at Stats.SE about artificial intelligence should be on-topic here as well, because: since past 6 years there were only ~73 questions asked about AI, 1/3 of them still ...

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Are all questions asked on stats and data science SE also on topic here?
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@RobertCartaino suggested in this post that: "programming" and "implementation problems" be explicitly listed as outside the scope of this site in order to direct the authors to ...

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The description of the site seems incorrect
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If the site description is confusing, you can always propose a new one: How can we quickly describe our site? so it can be voted. This site comes from the 'scientific' category, so both conceptual ...

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Technical questions are not getting closed
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I don't think it's not possible to force people to not ask the technical questions. Once it's asked, community decides whether it's on-topic or not. Closing only because it's a technical question isn'...

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What should be done to prevent the site being closed?
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Recently we've gone through very critical private stage where 3 attempts since the last 6 years failed to success. See: No AI in Area51. Since we've successfully passed the final review process, we'...

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What should we name our chatroom?
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The Thought Artificial intelligence is based on the assumption that the process of human thought can be mechanized.

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IBM's [DeepQA] / [Watson]
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Watson is the name of the computer, and DeepQA is the name of the technology and software. They both correlated, but Watson sounds like more specific, but on the other hand there are no any known ...

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What should we name our chatroom?
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Automata Study of abstract machines as well as the computational problems that can be solved using them.

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How should we handle questions about "predicting the future"?
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Such question usually tend to draw a lot of low quality answers which are speculating without giving any backup to their claims. And at the end it's just one person opinion on that topic. Therefore ...

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Do we need the [brain] tag?
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I think a lot of topics about AI/ANN wants to achieve a brain simulation, so maybe we can rename it to: brain-simulation.

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Are for-fun questions on topic?
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The first question about HAL9000 I believe is on-topic either on Movies.SE, Sci-fi.SE or WorldBuilding.SE, but not in here, where we require some real-world questions, not related to science fiction. ...

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What should the [research] tag be used for?
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Currently I think it is used when the question is about some specific research or study, or it expects some authoritative study references from the answers. Academia.SE has similar tag and it's ...

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Adding stats as a migration target
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I think we should have first the list of questions which are off-topic here, and on-topic there. If we've enough number of them, the migration target probably can be added later on. For now you can ...

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What should we name our chatroom?
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The early stopping Form of regularization used to avoid overfitting when training. See: What is early stopping?

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A friendly reminder that this site comes from the Science category
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Also a friendly reminder that our tour page (also proposal) states: A question and answer site for people interested in conceptual questions about life and challenges in a world where "cognitive" ...

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How do we promote this site?
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I think Stack Exchange A.I. site is self-promoted and it does not need promotion. We just need a bit more time, that's all. I think this site has enough active experts so far, so our answer ratio is ...

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Do we really have a scope or not?
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The initial scope on Area 51 proposal was: Conceptual questions about life and challenges in a world where "cognitive" functions can be mimicked in purely digital environment. Of course this isn't ...

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Should we allow postings about defeating CAPTCHA's?
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Asking about how Captcha works or what is mechanism of AI recognising the text from the image, isn't illegal. Neither whether has been cracked/hacked or not, which has been asked at Stack Overflow: ...

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What should we name our chatroom?
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The Dropout A technique of reducing overfitting in neural networks. The term "dropout" refers to dropping out units in a neural network.

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