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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Use for questions related to claims or presentations related to AI capabilities that may be hoaxes.
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For questions related to the iterative deepening A* search algorithm.
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For questions related to the concept of "creativity" in AI.
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For questions related to the concept of "optimal policy" in reinforcement learning.
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For questions about use of AI to promote accessibility, in particular in regard to humans with disabilities.
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For questions of the fallibility of AI strategies or systems in a particular development process or field use, such as whether a trained network will fail to achieve key objectives at the time of depl…
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The attribution of human traits and qualities to non-human entities or structures. Includes emotion, intention, awareness, et al.
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For questions about the exact wording, authorship, authenticity, historical source, and context of first use for well known quotes related to AI.
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For questions related to the automated construction of procedures and methods that conform to the criteria typically characterizing an invention, as expressed in patent law.
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For questions related to guiding behavior or the learning of behavior on the basis of collision risk reduction, which may include trajectory analysis of other moving objects such as in antiaircraft ta…
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For question about features in an Artificially Intelligent program/agent which can be equivalent to genes/genetic functions in a biological organism.
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For questions about functioning/society structure/biology/implementation/mathematical and algorithmic details of a super-organism.
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For references to "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach" and the work of Russell & Norvig in general.
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For question about the formal concept of perfect play in regard to solved games.
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For questions about the "Early Stopping" technique used to avoid overfitting in iterative training of AIs.
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Also known as a "Von Neumann Machine". Use for questions about self-replicating virtual machines, such as in the context of cellular automata.
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From Aristotle. Praxis (process): "is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted." Use for questions related to the manner in which theory is applied, embodied, or realized.
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Use this for the negamax variant of minimax. max(a,b) = -min(-a,-b)
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Context-free grammar
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one of the hallmark tasks of computer vision, allowing defining a context for object recognition. [MIT]
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Remaining Useful Life. "Utilised to predict life-span of components (of a service system) with the purpose of minimising catastrophic failure events"
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For question related to the Deepstack poker AI
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Human Computer Interaction
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For questions related to computing using continuous rather than discrete values in analog rather than digital circuitry or the simulation of analog computing through digital simulation tools such as v…
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For questions related to AI products or products containing AI components and their viability in real markets today or in the future.
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For questions about using biological systems as a computing medium. More formal terms for wetware include "artificial organic brain" and "neurocomputer"
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For questions about exhaustive search, also known as "brute force".
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a theorem that gives a limit on what can be mathematically derived. It is possible for a formal system to have statements that are true in the system, whose truth cann…
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For questions about "cybernetic organisms" defined as an entity with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. For questions about physical integration of animal and machine, theoretical and actua…