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I've been developing and working on an Artificial Intelligence. I know that Stack Overflow is the place to go to with programming-only questions, so I have my bases covered on that side of my AI.

However, is there a site that focuses on simply breaking down intelligence in general regardless of it being human or artificial?

For example, if I wanted to ask the question which I posted on Reddit, "How do I further break down the process of identifying restraints on solutions and problems?" where would I ask this question?

I don't even believe that these kind of questions are even answerable by any community on Stack Exchange considering the wide adoption of the rule "no broad or unclear topics."

I was only hoping to get answers to these questions from a well-educated community which Stack Exchange certainly qualifies as.

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  • you mean ai.SE? (the Artificial Intelligence Stack Exchange Site)
    – Memor-X
    Oct 14, 2016 at 3:09
  • I suppose that could work. Does that site cover topics not already known to those who work in AI, but is soly-related to Artificial Intelligence? and would that question be ask-able on that site (no broad topics)?
    – user281052
    Oct 14, 2016 at 3:11
  • @Memor-X, just based on this question (ai.stackexchange.com/questions/2127/…) I am going to assume that question is askable there
    – user281052
    Oct 14, 2016 at 3:13

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As already mentioned, the process of finding constraints is much too large for one question. If you can break it down into multiple more specific questions, that would be very good - it might still be a little subjective, but some Stack Exchange sites permit moderately open-ended questions as long as answers can be backed up by facts and references.

At Artificial Intelligence, as long as a question can be applied to the construction of an AI, we welcome it. Note that the math/stats parts of implementation are off-topic and are better served on Cross Validated. (AI mod here, if our on-topic page could use clarification, please tell me.) For intelligence and cognition questions in general, Cognitive Science looks promising.

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You seem to be seeking a list of "restraints on solutions and problems" so I suspect that your question, as asked on Reddit, will be off-topic on all Stack Exchange sites.

See Are list questions off topic?

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  • No. How does an intelligent being produce a list of constrainsts. Essentially, how does list production work?
    – user281052
    Oct 14, 2016 at 19:02

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