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  • It seems that StackOverflow is more concerned about programming techniques and coding skills (which is a good thing!)..
  • But I am asking if anyone knows another "StackOverflow"-like site, but which is mainly concerned about Machine Learning and AI?

BTW: I have asked this question after nearly a week without an answer for Question

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You're looking for StackExchange. – SLaks May 7 '10 at 13:16
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Well, even if there were such a site, it's hard to imagine it having the "critical mass effect" that SO has. I mean, how many machine learning junkies are going to be out there feverishly clicking F5 all night waiting for the next AI question? – Pointy May 7 '10 at 13:17
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11 close votes and not closed. WTH? – paxdiablo May 7 '10 at 13:27
    
@paxdiablo: It looks like there's a problem with migration. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/49125/… – Bill the Lizard May 7 '10 at 13:28
    
screencast.com/t/ZDI3OWRmOTAt Uhh... what? – BlueRaja May 7 '10 at 13:33
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possible duplicate of Is there a SO-like page for machine learning? – kiamlaluno Apr 10 '12 at 7:54
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Your question is timely! See this article: ReadWriteWeb, under "Plans for the Future".

Spolsky says that future sites will be rolled out through an automated process wherein a number of people will propose a site, then debate the ground-rules for content on the site and then gather a core group of experts to commit to the site. Once an algorithm has determined that a critical mass has been built on a topic, then a new site will open up on StackOverflow's own servers.

Amazing progress, by the way, for Stack Overflow. I'm happy to see this.

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There is a proposal for something similar here.

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