Don't Judge The Topic, Judge The Questions
Even I will admit that some topics, e.g., alignment, are likely to produce bad questions which themselves generate bad answers.
But overall, we should be judging questions on their own merits, not on the merits of whatever (possibly ill-defined or overlapping) categories they belong to. And generally, we should be using the downvote option rather than the vote-to-close option when possible.
In this case, that's even more important, because the status of whatever is coming in 2024 will be in flux (up to and including scrapping it or changing the release date to 2025 or later) – in rapid flux, by the standards of this stack. By the end of the calendar year, the status of the project will have undoubtedly changed quite a bit.
Do you have a question you want to ask? You have almost 20k points; you should have a pretty good feel for good questions, bad questions, and borderline questions.
If you think you have a good, answerable question, then ask it.
If you have a borderline question, shop the question itself here, not the whole category.