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Apr
29
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
14
accepted What is wrong with this sentence?
Apr
14
revised What is wrong with this sentence?
fixed grammar
Apr
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
4
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
22
awarded  Famous Question
Jan
12
awarded  Famous Question
Dec
19
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
20
accepted What's the best word for saying that you… “follow a cause”?
Nov
20
asked What's the best word for saying that you… “follow a cause”?
Nov
18
comment “People with different profiles” or “people with a different background”
LOL @FumbleFingers, there isn't anything similar between both questions.
Nov
18
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
18
accepted “People with different profiles” or “people with a different background”
Nov
18
asked “People with different profiles” or “people with a different background”
Nov
17
accepted Is it redundant to use “troubleshooting” and “problem” in the same sentence?
Nov
17
revised Is it redundant to use “troubleshooting” and “problem” in the same sentence?
edited tags; edited title
Nov
17
asked Is it redundant to use “troubleshooting” and “problem” in the same sentence?
Nov
8
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
25
accepted “point of view” vs “approach”
Sep
25
comment “point of view” vs “approach”
in AI there are algorithms which are supervised (i.e. there is a human behind which decides what to do with the output data) and unsupervised (i.e. the algorithm takes action without human consent)