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For questions related to the academic aspects of AI, and the academic fields involving AI.
For questions about use of AI to promote accessibility, in particular in regard to humans with disabilities.
For questions related to the "action model learning", which is an area of machine learning concerned with creation and modification of software agent's knowledge about effects and preconditions of the…
For questions regarding action recognition. This should be used when asking about what could be implemented that complements or harms this.
For questions related to the selection of and theory behind specific activation functions used in artificial networks.
For questions related to active learning, which is a machine learning technique where the user is interactively queried to label certain unlabelled training examples.
For questions related to the family of reinforcement learning algorithms denoted by "actor-critic", where there is an actor (a policy) and a critic (a value function).
For questions related to admissible heuristics, which are heuristics that never overestimate the cost of reaching a goal.
For questions related to the advantage actor-critic algorithms (that is, actor-critic algorithms that use the "advantage" function).
For questions related to adversarial machine learning, which is a branch of machine learning focused on the study of adversarial examples, which are malicious inputs designed to fool machine learning …
For questions about Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), a hypothetical machine characteristic permitting it to learn any arbitrary intellectual ability up to the limits of the available computing r…
For questions related to the book "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach" by Peter Norvig and Stuart J. Russell.
Use for basic, fundamental questions about AI theory or practice. (i.e. design, application, implementation, mathematics of AI, philosophy of AI, etc.)
A hypothetical artificial superintelligence is kept in a virtual prison with limited means of affecting the external world. Can the AI hack its way out or trick its human keepers into releasing it?
For questions about current affairs about various types of contributions/theories proposed by different groups/communities identifying themselves as AI researchers/practitioners/enthusiasts.
For questions related to AI-complete (or AI-hard) problems, which, informally, are the problems, in AI, that require a human-level or general intelligence to be solved.
For questions related to the design of AI agents, algorithms or models.
Use for questions related to claims or presentations related to AI capabilities that may be hoaxes.
For questions about AI milestone, both those achieved and those predicted.
For questions regarding various parameters/methods of implementation/improvement/analysing the safety of an Artificially Intelligent algorithm.
For questions related to the apocalyptic or dystopian scenarios of automata supplanting humanity.
For questions related to AI winters, which are periods of reduced funding and interest in artificial intelligence research, due to unmet expectations after a period of hype. There have been at least t…
a theoretical mathematical formalism for artificial general intelligence.
For questions about algorithm's that exhibit characteristics of intelligence, or are critical components in systems that exhibit intelligence, and problem-solving and goal-based algorithms in general.
For questions related to the concept of algorithmic bias, which is the bias that algorithms exhibit, such as privileging one arbitrary group of users over others. Algorithmic bias can emerge due to ma…
For questions about algorithmic trading (stocks, commodities bonds, etc.) and predictive financial algorithms in general.
For questions related to DeepMind's AlphaGo, which is the first computer Go program to beat a human professional Go player without handicaps on a full-sized 19x19 board. AlphaGo was introduced in the …
For questions related to AlphaGo Zero, which is a version of DeepMind's Go software, AlphaGo, that does not use data from human games and it is stronger than AlphaGo. There is a generalized version of…
For questions related to DeepMind's AlphaZero, which is a computer program that can play Go, Chess, and Shogi. AlphaZero achieved, within 24 hours of training, a superhuman level of play in these thre…
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…
For questions related to anomaly detection (or outlier detection) algorithms, which is the identification of rare items, events or observations which raise suspicions by differing significantly from t…