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[D] Should beginner’s tutorials be banned?

This sub is full of them. They rise to the top for some bizarre reason and reaffirm that this subs focus is on helping people start off learning about a narrow set (neural networks / deep learning) of machine learning.

Allowing this content to be so prevalent drives the sub further from discussion of research and more into a place where spam links reside.

Furthermore, a lot of these beginners tutorials are written by beginners themselves. They contain mistakes, which upon being read by other beginners cloud their understanding and slow their learning.

Can we ban this type of content and push it to /r/learnmachinelearning or something?

submitted by /u/NicolasGuacamole
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