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Should a "Neural Network" Stackexchange site be created?

Besides the questions on our site, there's already Computer science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (all of which have questions on neural networks - and that's not even counting the neural ...
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Are machine learning questions about an incorrectly working piece of code considered on-topic?

This is a subtle issue, and I think you have it right, but it will always be tricky in practice. My own guideline for what is on-topic is (conceptually) straightforward: What does the OP need ...
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Are machine learning questions about an incorrectly working piece of code considered on-topic?

This is not just an issue with ML code, it's an issue with any code that doesn't do what the OP wanted that's posted to the site at all. It could either be a problem of understanding what the ...
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Stack Exchange site to ask questions about computer vision?

Sites which have a computer vision tag might be interesting. The number of quesions asked there is an indicator for how relevant this might be. However, you should also consider that some sites (like ...
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Should a "Neural Network" Stackexchange site be created?

Should a “Neural Network” Stackexchange site be created? This question has been answered by the response on Area51: Artificial Intelligence - closed after 18 days in beta 4 years ago Artificial ...
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Is there a machine learning StackExchange?

First of all, as already said in @gung's comment, CrossValidated is the site to ask questions on machine learning. Many machine learning questions (mostly those that focus on coding issues) are also ...
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Is this machine learning + matrix manipulation question on topic?

Just containing code doesn't make it off topic; the question seems to me to be firmly on-topic. In any case, in relation to programming questions (which I don't think this one actually is), the help/...
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Machine Learning Question Off Topic?

I didn't vote to close, but a read of the question doesn't make it clear what the problem is and what, specifically, you need help with. Zombies don't exist in reality, so explaining what problem you'...
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What Questions are acceptable in the Machine Learning section of Cross Validated?

Re machine-learning, its acceptability had been unanimously discussed in ML questions: here or at Data Science? and Is machine learning a part of statistical analysis?. The scope of the site is ...
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Could stats stack exhange invest more money into the stats area, so more questions get answered

Neither StackOverflow.com nor CrossValidated.com hires anyone to answer the questions. Both sites rely solely on volunteers. You could ask StackExchange.com why they do not pay people for answering ...
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Stack Exchange site to ask questions about computer vision?

In addition to the other options listed here, I would think computer vision falls within the purview of artificial intelligence. There is now an AI SE site, and I notice that it has a computer-vision ...
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Are methodological questions concerning Crowdsourcing within the scope of CV?

Methodological questions concerning crowdsourcing and machine learning are on-topic on Cross Validated SE, but they can't be: duplicate unclear. too broad. primarily opinion-based. Questions ...
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ML questions: here or at Data Science?

I think that Data Science as a field is quickly sliding into obscurity in terms of applied statistics. It's becoming a hybrid of IT and business analytics. The data scientists are not able to answer ...
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Should a "Neural Network" Stackexchange site be created?

Neural networks is simply one method. It is statistic in a sense that the neural network can be thought as a complicated function that is trained to fit the data in a best possible way. As such it is ...
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