Program to search EULA contracts for problems asks for something that appears to me to be well beyond the state of the art. (If not, you can supply an answer).
I think it reasonable to "require" that recommendation requests are for solutions that arguably can have a solution that exists at the time the question is posed.
So, what do we do with a question that asks for:
- the clearly impossible (contradicts a well known theorem, e.g. Halting theorem)
- the impractical (e.g., uses resources larger than the galaxy)
- something which may someday be possible but is pretty unlikely now?
SR might react differently to each case above.
I think things that are clearly impossible/impractical should be marked/deleted as "low quality".
I'm not quite so sure what to do with "not practical now". By whose judgement, and how do we know it is right?
What I chose to do in this particular case is ask the OP why he thought it was practical. Perhaps if OP cannot answer that question, it should be deleted as low quality.