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BOTE, contracts A recompense, satisfaction, amends, profit or advantage : hence came the word man-bote, denoting a compensation for a man slain; house-bote, cart-bote, plough-bote, signify that a tenant is privileged to cut wood for these uses. 2 Bl. Com. 35; Woodf. L. & T. 232.

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The company's initial pilots paved the way for the 170 bots in production as of July 1.
He said that Rs 250 million have been allocated for construction of Shahdara Flyover Bridge Project in Lahore on BOT. Its construction cost would be Rs 5,100 million whereas its land cost 250 million.
The bot, which is developed in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University, uses self-play to teach itself how to win, without examples or guidance on strategy.
With the bot, retailers will be able to accept orders and deliver them by bot the same day.
Virgin Mobile Mexico's project had unique requirements in that their bots needed to communicate through a robust Application Programming Interface (API), and integrate with their Genesys PureCloud platform.
Insurance provider, AXA SA (CS:FP) has said that it has employed AI bots to take over admin jobs at the firm.
The gifting bot has been developed by Fetch, part of Dentsu Aegis Network, in association with its sister agency Carat Manchester.
Echoing 2016 legislation that outlawed use of bots that gobble up concert and theater tickets, Sen.
Lawmakers say "cyber-grinch" bots might be to blame -- and they are introducing new legislation to try to curb this digital threat to e-commerce.
Virgil Capital, an $80 million cryptocurrency hedge fund, uses its own bots to overthrow competitor bots and uses them on dozens of cryptocurrency exchanges worldwide.
This three-day event will provide in-depth education specifically tailored for both small-to-medium size businesses and large corporations looking to learn best practices on bot implementation and use cases.