I find in my long experience with many SE sites that there is a pervasive attitude of taking everything very literally and seriously. For example, when I write a question or answer on CSE, I certainly don't think it through in the way that many of the regulars do. Often I have a more casual and overall idea in mind than something extremely specific. In the question about chatbots, isn't it possible that they could be used in education two ways: to provide answers, and as a project? Wouldn't that be using them in education? Must it be split in to two questions? Breaking it apart would seem rather... pedantic, to me.
Oftentimes my wording is taken in such an overarching and perhaps even threatening way, that it seems to have a "chilling effect" on interactions. If I say that I cannot solve all problems, it seems to be taken that I do not care, or that I think we should throw students to the wolves. Must words be taken to their illogical conclusion? I do not think so. Perhaps they mean "just what I choose them to mean - neither more nor less."
My biggest issue with SE overall (aside from chat being permanent and searchable) is that people are extremely literal and concrete in their thinking. On an educators site, I expected something more than that. (Something vague and ill-defined that I cannot put in to words precisely.) Can a site like this be more liberal and less literal?